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Resuming the conversation with regards to his book, "Additional Dialogue: Letters of Dalton Trumbo, 1942-1962," Dalton Trumbo now talks about his time after being in prison for 10 months. Because he was on Hollywood's blacklist, Trumbo continued to write screenplays using pseudonyms. When at school, children wouldn't play with Trumbo's youngest daughter because of who Trumbo was, what he did and because he was in prison.