- Nell Freudenberger Reads from an Interpreter’s Sworn Statement
Nell Freudenberger Reads from an Interpreter’s Sworn Statement
Nell Freudenberger, author of Lucky Girls and recipient of the PEN/Malaud Award for short fiction, reads from the sworn statement of an interpreter at the Kandahar Detention Facility in Afghanistan, as part of the 2009 PEN event Reckoning with Torture: Memos and Testimonies from the “War on Terror”.
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