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Andrew O'Hagan - My Life in Five Books

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Alan Braidwood Alan Braidwood | 21:00 UK time, Thursday, 9 September 2010

In the second episode of My Life in Five Books Stuart Cosgrove interviews the Glaswegian writer Andrew O'Hagan. One of the books which Andrew chose was F. Scott Fitzgerald's critique of the American Dream - 'The Great Gatsby' was first published in 1925.

My colleague Bruce Munro was telling me about an F. Scott Fitzgerald feature on the BBC Learning Bitesize website; if you've not seen it and fancy a little look at it, you'll see it here.

My Life in Five Books is on BBC Radio Scotland, Thursdays 1130-1200


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