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Banville on Banville

Posted by Jim Concannon  March 12, 2007 04:49 PM

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Novelist John Banville is supposed to be one of the bad boys of literature: arrogant, self-absorbed, depressive, heavy-handed. To which I would answer after interviewing him on New England Cable News yesterday: I don't think so.

On the contrary, I found him funny, open, thoughtful, inclusive, and unafraid of making fun of himself (and there's the key) as well as others. But see what you think. Here's the link.

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