Episode: Carol Shields finds a way home through the mazes of Larry’s Party


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Carol Shields finds a way home through the mazes of Larry’s Party
To kick off a series celebrating the 25th anniversary of the U.K. Women's Prize for Fiction, Eleanor revisits her 1997 conversation with Carol Shields, on her prize-winning novel Larry's Party.

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