October 10, 2011 - Literary scholars share their thoughts about the novel as a literary form during the 2011 Litquake Festival. The experts from UC Berkeley and Stanford University talk about everything from book recommendations to what imaginary novels contribute to the field.
Litquake is an annual festival that seeks to foster an interest in literature for all people as well as develop a sense of literary community.
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