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Saturday, 18 February 2006
Fact or Fiction? Oprah Fried Frey on her show
Topic: Oprah's WP Book Selection

Author James Frey confessed to Oprah Winfrey on Thursday that he made up details about every character in his memoir "A Million Little Pieces" and the talk show host apologized to her viewers, saying she felt "duped."

"I have been really embarrassed by this," said Winfrey, whose praise for Frey's book in September helped make it the top-selling book on nonfiction lists in the United States last year.

What is Fact? What is Fiction?

"To lying," he said. "It's not an easy thing to do in front of an audience full of people and a lot of others watching on TV. ... If I come out of this experience with anything it's being a better person and learning from my mistakes and making sure I don't repeat them."

Winfrey began by apologizing to viewers for a telephone call she made to CNN's "Larry King Live" show on January 11, while King was interviewing Frey about the controversy. In the call Winfrey said that even though the facts were being questioned, the book "still resonates with me" and called the controversy "much ado about nothing."

Posted by Fashionista Shopping Analyst at 5:10 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, 18 February 2006 5:13 PM EST
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Oprah's Book Selections
Topic: Oprah's WP Book Selection

The Good Earth, Pearl S. Buck (2004) Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy (2004) The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Carson McCullers (2004) One Hundred Years of Solitude, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (2004) Cry, the Beloved Country, Alan Paton (2003) East of Eden, John Steinbeck (2003) Sula, Toni Morrison (April 2002) Fall on Your Knees, Ann-Marie MacDonald (January 2002)

A Fine Balance, Rohinton Mistry (November 2001) The Corrections, Jonathan Franzen (September 2001)(Selected and de-selected) Cane River, Lalita Tademy (June 2001) Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail, Malika Oufkir (May 2001) Icy Sparks, Gwyn Hyman Rubio (March 2001) We Were the Mulvaneys, Joyce Carol Oates (January 2001) House of Sand and Fog, Andre Dubus III (November 2000) Drowning Ruth, Christina Schwarz (September 2000) The Deep End of the Ocean, Jacquelyn Mitchard (September 2000) Open House, Elizabeth Berg (August 2000)

The Poisonwood Bible, Barbara Kingsolver (June 2000) While I Was Gone, Sue Miller (May 2000) The Bluest Eye, Toni Morrison (April 2000) Back Roads, Tawni O'Dell (March 2000) Daughter of Fortune, Isabel Allende (February, 2000) Gap Creek, Robert Morgan (January 2000) A Map of the World, Jane Hamilton (December 1999) Vinegar Hill, A. Manette Ansay (November 1999) River, Cross My Heart, Breena Clarke (October 1999)

Tara Road, Maeve Binchy (September 1999) Mother of Pearl, Melinda Haynes (June 1999) White Oleander, Janet Fitch (May 1999) The Pilot's Wife, Anita Shreve (March 1999) The Reader, Bernhard Schlink (February 1999) Jewel, Bret Lott (January 1999) Where the Heart Is, Billie Letts (December 1998) Midwives, Chris Bohjalian (October 1998) What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day, Pearl Cleage (September 1998)

Breath, Eyes, Memory, Edwidge Danticat (June 1998) I Know This Much is True, Wally Lamb (June 1998) Black and Blue, Anna Quindlen (April 1998) Here on Earth, Alice Hoffman (March 1998) Paradise, Toni Morrison (January 1998) The Treasure Hunt, Bill Cosby (December 1997) The Best Way to Play, Bill Cosby (December 1997) The Meanest Thing to Say, Bill Cosby (December 1997) A Virtuous Woman, Kaye Gibbons (October 1997) Ellen Foster, Kaye Gibbons (October 1997) A Lesson Before Dying, Ernest J. Gaines (September 1997) Songs in Ordinary Time, Mary McGarry Morris (June 1997)

The Heart of a Woman, Maya Angelou (May 1997) The Rapture of Canaan, Sheri Reynolds (April 1997) Stones From the River, Ursula Hegi (February 1997) She's Come Undone, Wally Lamb (January 1997) The Book of Ruth, Jane Hamilton (November 1996) Song of Solomon, Toni Morrison (October 1996)

Posted by Fashionista Shopping Analyst at 4:23 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, 18 February 2006 5:07 PM EST
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