- György Dragomán Reads from “The Wolf” by Adam Broder
György Dragomán Reads from “The Wolf” by Adam Broder
György Dragomán reads from “The Wolf” by Adam Broder at Something to Hide: Writers and Artists Against the Surveillance State, part of the 2008 PEN World Voices Festival.
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