Gore Vidal Part 1

Friday, March 23, 1984

Lloyd Moss talks to author, essayist, and political activist Gore Vidal. He talks about his life and career. He tells an anecdote about General Snyder, the doctor who delivered him at the Cadet Hospital. He talks about his writing career beginning with this first novel, Williwaw. He also discusses his political career and his new book, Lincoln. Mr. Vidal discusses the musical selections he chose.


WNYC archives id: 68177

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Gore Vidal

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