Tom Stoppard on life, work, and fly-fishing

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Tom Stoppard, recently tasked with writing the screenplays for the new Anna Karenina (six minutes of which can be watched here) and Parade’s End film and television adaptations, speaks at length with Victoria Glendinning about his life and work. At 75 years old, the playwright is hardly slowing down.

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    at 2:08 pm on September 2, 2012

    Barely a mention of fly fishing

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