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Who would have imagined that a book with as somber a subject as "Catch and Kill," which focuses on exposing the sexual abuse and cover-up perpetuated by powerful figures in Hollywood, would have its author doing unnecessary accents and impressions for the audio book?

It's certainly a perplexing artistic choice, and is one that has been unearthed by TV writer Craig Rowin.

Here, for instance, you can hear Farrow doing an Ukrainian accent:

A Donald Trump impression and an Australian accent, respectively:

And the voice of an European female:

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John Hersey's article titled simply "Hiroshima," which comprised the entire feature space in the August 31, 1946, issue of The New Yorker, has been called by many the greatest, or at least the most important, journalistic achievement of the past century.

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