Episode I

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Editors' Roundtable

The editors of America discuss the film "The Tree of Life," a new novel set in Brooklyn and the miracle of conjoined twins.
The first in a series of podcasts featuring the editors of America discussing items of cultural and political interest. This week Tim Reidy, Fr. Jim Martin and Regina Nigro talk about the weighty themes addressed in the film "The Tree of Life"; "The Astral," a new novel by Kate Christensen set in Brooklyn; and a New York Times story and video about a miraculous pair of conjoined twins.
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