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Paul Theroux Aims To Go Off The Beaten Southern Path

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One of America's best-known and most prolific travel writers, who has taken his readers around the world for nearly 40 years, has yet to write about the American South. That's about to change, and Paul Theroux needs the help of Weekend Edition listeners. Theroux speaks with host Rachel Martin about his new project.
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