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Cook on Alum Cazzie David’s Book: NPR

Professor and Founding Director of the Center for Comedic Arts Martie Cook contributes to an NPR piece about Visual and Media Arts alum Cazzie David ’16 and her newly-published essay collection “No One Asked For This.” The book describes her life growing up as the privileged daughter of celebrity Larry David, though one full of struggles and insecurities. Cook, one of David’s professors, said:

I found it just to be rich and powerful and honest and raw and funny and sad all at once.

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