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Atlas's world

The writer ponders life as an aging baby boomer

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / April 20, 2005

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Without intending to, writer and publisher James Atlas has made a career of poking into other people's lives. He loves literature and wrote one novel, but biography is his métier. It's no surprise, then, that he has now addressed his own history, in a quasi-autobiography called ''My Life in the Middle Ages: A Survivor's Tale." (Full article: 1350 words)

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