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Author Marlon James on never outgrowing the magical

Clip: 03/12/2019 | 6m 46s Video has closed captioning.

Marlon James is best known for writing literary fiction, including “A Brief History of Seven Killings,” which won the prestigious Man Booker Prize. But his latest book, “Black Leopard, Red Wolf,” draws on a lifelong love of comics and fantasy. James sits down with Jeffrey Brown to discuss why he still seeks "a sword and some sorcery" and the importance of seeing oneself reflected in narrative.

Aired: 03/12/19

Rating: NR

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