Ariel Dorfman

Best-selling author, playwright, poet and activist, who teaches at Duke University. From 1970 to 1973, he served as a cultural adviser to Chilean President Salvador Allende. His newest book is his first novel in 17 years, titled Darwin’s Ghosts. In December, he published a collection of essays titled Homeland Security Ate My Speech.

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