Patricia Cohen Audio Books

Patricia Cohen Audio Books

Patricia Cohen is a New York Times who covers culture and ideas. She has also worked at Rolling Stone, the Washington Post, and New York Newsday. Cohen’s work has been included in the writing textbook The Longman Writer, and she is a contributor to the four-volume series The New York Times Guide to the Arts of the 20th Century.

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