The Reluctant Fundamentalist is the story of one man's struggle with identity and loyalty after 9/11.
The film's title character, Changez, is an ambitious twenty-something who seems to have it all: A Princeton degree, a Wall Street career and a beautiful girlfriend (played by Kate Hudson). But after 9/11, Changez becomes conflicted about where he belongs.
In <em>Papadaddy's Book for New Fathers</em>, author Clyde Edgerton shares tips for new dads. The advice starts before birth: Build the crib before you need it, and plan like you would for a hurricane. And don't forget flowers, tea and foot rubs for your pregnant wife.
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Clyde Edgerton has written 10 novels, including most recently <em>The Bible Salesman</em> and <em>The Night Train.</em> He teaches creative writing at University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
Clyde Edgerton is the author of 10 novels, but his latest book is nonfiction — a guide for dads. Papadaddy's Book for New Fathers: Advice to Dads of All Ages opens with a summary of Edgerton's own family situation:
I have a daughter, Catherine, aged 30. I have a 9-year-old son, Nathaniel, a 7-year-old son, Ridley, and a 6-year-old daughter, Truma. I'm 68. The age gap between the younger kids and me is not something I think about much, because I feel physically about like I did when I was 40 — or at least, I think I do. I think I ...