Azar Nafisi; Harold Bloom; Matilda Cuomo

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Friday 04/18/2003

Johns Hopkins professor Azar Nafisi describes reading and teaching Western literature in Iran's censorial society, as she does in her latest work, "Reading Lolita In Tehran: A Memoir In Books." Literary critic Harold Bloom provides an in-depth interpretation of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and the characters in the play, as he does in his book "Hamlet: Poem Unlimited." Matilda Cuomo, former first lady of New York, explains why she founded Mentoring USA and talks about her book "The Person Who Changed My Life: Prominent People Recall Their Mentors."