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'The Plot Against America' by Philip Roth

Nov 1, 2005

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"I think The Plot Against America by Philip Roth was the best book I read this year. I was incredibly moved by descriptions of deep patriotism and love of this country's ideals. At the same time, the story of how easily [a country] can be propelled into racism... brought tears to my eyes."

From Adrian, who listens to KPBX in Twisp, Wash.

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A Cabbie's Reading List

Mar 12, 2005 (Weekend Edition Saturday)

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We often chat with the driver when riding in the back seat of a taxi cab, but the conversation usually ends when we get out of the cab.

When Scott Simon got in the back of Will Grozier's London taxi, the conversation was so lively that Simon still turns to Grozier for reading suggestions.

Grozier talks about the books he has just finished and what's next on the agenda.

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Will Grozier's Latest List

Ireland, by Frank Delaney (see related story) The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown The Plot Against America, by Philip Roth Evolution's Captain, by Peter Nichols Full House (titled Life's Grandeur in the U.K.), by Stephen Jay Gould.

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