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On Faith & Reason - Martin Amis

Posted on: July 28, 2006 | Views: 55 | Comment

An interview with Martin Amis on the future of terrorism.

Martin Amis has produced a slew of sharp-witted, highly stylized novels that have marked him as one of the most original and influential voices in contemporary British literature.

In a recent piece for The New Yorker, Martin Amis imagines the last days of Mohamed Atta, the leader of the suicide bombers on 9/11. Bill Moyers explores how these two confessed agnostics come to grips with a world immersed in belief.

For more of the interviews, and a chance to share what you find important on matters of Faith & Reason, visit the program's website and watch the broadcasts on PBS. 

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9/11 • PBS • terrorism • islam