In Depth with Susan Sontag
Ms. Sontag is a human rights activist, playwright, essayist and cultural critic. Her books include novels, a collection of short… read more
Ms. Sontag is a human rights activist, playwright, essayist and cultural critic. Her books include novels, a collection of short stories, and works of non-fiction, including Against Interpretation and Other Essays, On Photography, Illness as a Metaphor, Where the Stress Falls, and her latest book, Regarding the Pain of Others, which is expected to be published by Farrar, Strauss and Giroux in early 2003. She talked about her writing and career as well as responded to viewer comments and questions. close
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