Archive: Imprint season 14 episode 23

Imprint

On this show: they call her "the female Salman Rushdie." Profile of Taslima Nasrin, a Bangladeshi writer living in exile. Picture a chain-smoking, ungrateful egotist named Carlos who is rescued from a fictional Latin American dictatorship by a group of do-gooders in Vancouver. Exile is Ontario novelist Ann Ireland's satirical twist on the writer in exile. Books that slip under the radar: Ontario writers Ray Robertson and Marnie Woodrow look at some literary gems that have slipped through the cracks.
Aired:
Aug 18, 2003
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