Francine du Plessix Gray

Saturday, November 02, 1985

Lloyd Moss talks to author Francine du Plessix Gray about her life and career. She tells a story about how her mother got them out of Nazi-occupied Tulle. She talks about the literature she was drawn to and about her novels and autobiography. She discusses themes of androgyny and of liberation in the musical selections she chose.

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