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Exploring the work of Charles Portis in 'Haunted Man's Report'

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University of Arkansas English professor Robert Cochran talks with us about his new book "Haunted Man's Report,"which traces the themes, style and literary influence of Arkansas novelist Charles Portis. Cochran looks at the novels, short fiction, essays and early journalism of Portis to reveal a compelling, funny and singular writer.

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