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    • Roger Rosenblatt interview, 2002

    • National characteristics, American; Social values - United States; United States - Civilization; United States - Civilization - Philosophy
    • Roger Rosenblatt discusses his book, “Where We Stand: 30 Reasons for Loving Our Country.” Rosenblatt shares where he was during the September 11, 2001 (9/11) attack and his thoughts on Rudy Giuliani. He then goes on to discuss the United...
    • Carol Channing interview, 2002

    • Channing, Carol; Actors - United States - Biography; Singers - United States - Biography
    • Carol Channing discusses her autobiography, “Just Lucky I Guess.” She begins by explaining her early life and childhood, and how she grew up singing and acting. She talks about her early acting career and how she tried out for a part in the...
    • Jeffrey W. Comment interview, 2002

    • Social work with children - Case studies; Hospital patients - Services for - Case studies; Sick children - Case studies; Charities; Social action; Humanitarianism; Voluntarism
    • Jeffrey W. Comment discusses his book, “Santa’s Gift.” He begins by providing information about his occupation as the chairman of The Berkshire Hathaway Corporation, which owns the company Helzberg Diamonds. The book is a collection of his...
    • Mel Stuart interview, 2002

    • Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory (Motion picture); Film adaptations - History and criticism; Motion pictures; Motion pictures - Casting - United States
    • Mel Stuart discusses his book, “Pure Imagination.” The book gives a behind-the-scenes look at the 1971 film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory which Stuart himself directed. He explains that his young daughter asked him to make a film...
    • John Cork and Bruce Scivally interview, 2002

    • James Bond films - History and criticism; Bond, James (Fictitious character)
    • John Cork and Bruce Schivally discuss their book, “James Bond: The Legacy.” They begin with talking about the James Bond novels by author Ian Fleming and the first James Bond film in 1962. They describe the different looks and personalities...
    • Kathy Kohner Zuckerman interview, 2002

    • Teenage girls - Fiction; Beaches - Fiction; Surfing - Fiction; Malibu (Calif.) - Fiction
    • Kathy Kohner Zuckerman discusses the 30th anniversary reissue of her father Frederick Kohner’s book, “Gidget.” Kathy begins by explaining how her father created the character of Gidget after her when she was a teenager surfing in Malibu,...
    • James Q. Wilson interview, 2002

    • Marriage - United States; Family - United States; United States - Social conditions - 1980-
    • James Q. Wilson discusses his book, “The Marriage Problem: How Our Culture Has Weakened Families." Wilson talks about cohabitation and the likelihood of divorce for individuals who cohabit before marriage. He also discusses the children of...
    • Anna Johnson interview, 2002

    • Handbags - History; Fashion - History; Handbags - Anecdotes
    • Anna Johnson discusses her book, “Handbags.” She begins by explaining how handbags can be a sociological study of women throughout history. Johnson explains her personal background with collecting handbags, starting with buying vintage bags...
    • Stuart Woods interview, 2002

    • Barrington, Stone (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Private investigators - New York (State) - New York - Fiction; New York (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Stuart Woods discusses his book, “The Short Forever.” He begins by explaining how this is the eighth novel following his character Stone Barrington, a young ex-police detective who has returned to law school and is traveling in London. Woods...
    • Katherine Mosby interview, 2002

    • Upper class - New York (State) - New York - Fiction; Triangles (Interpersonal relations) - Fiction; Nineteen fifties - Fiction; Brothers - Fiction; Upper class families - Fiction; Manhattan (New York, N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Katherine Mosby discusses her novel, “The Season of Lillian Dawes.” She begins by introducing the characters and talks about what life was like in upper class New York. She compares her characters to those in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s book,...
    • Cao Kỳ Nguyễn interview, 2002

    • Nguyễn, Cao Kỳ; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Prime ministers - Vietnam (Republic) - Biography; Vietnam (Republic) - Politics and government
    • Cao Kỳ Nguyễn discusses his autobiography, “Buddha’s Child.” He begins by explaining how he was elected as the prime minister of Vietnam during the United States invasion in the 1960s. Nguyễn talks about how television was important to...
    • Evelyn H. Lauder interview, 2002

    • Lauder, Evelyn H; Photography, Artistic; Nature - Pictorial works
    • Evelyn H. Lauder discusses her book, “An Eye for Beauty.” She begins by explaining that she tries to find beauty in unexpected places and always keeps her camera with her. She talks about her experience going to Ground Zero after September...
    • Steven Koblik interview, 2002

    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Public opinion; Jews - Persecutions - Germany - Public opinion; Antisemitism - Sweden; World War, 1939-1945 Jews; World War, 1939-1945 - Jews - Rescue; Sweden - History - Gustav V, 1907-1950
    • Steven Koblik discusses his book, “The Stones Cry Out.” He begins by talking about how gold was transferred between the Swedes and the Nazis during World War II. He describes the history of Sweden and social democrats in the 1930s. He...
    • Peter Meyer interview, 2002

    • New products; Marketing; Creative ability in business
    • Peter Meyer discusses his book, “Creating and Dominating New Markets.” He begins by talking about which kinds of economies are best for finding new markets and how a business can improve a market with the introduction of their product. Meyer...
    • Edward Gonzalez interview, 2002

    • Intelligence officers - Fiction; Americans - Cuba - Fiction; College teachers - Fiction; Cuba - History - 1959-1990 - Fiction
    • Edward Gonzalez discusses his novel, “Ernesto’s Ghost.” He begins by talking about his travels to Cuba in 1974 to study the Cuban Revolution. He talks about how his father was fighting for the revolution but became disillusioned in his...
    • Jan King interview, 2002

    • Menopause - Humor; Middle-aged women - Health and hygiene - Humor
    • Jan King discusses her book, “When You’re Hot, You’re Hot.” She begins by talking about her own personal struggles with menopause and breast cancer. She gives tips for ways to cope with medical-related stress such as meditation,...
    • Ray Bradbury interview, 2002

    • Science fiction - Authorship; Authors, American - 20th century - Biography; Bradbury, Ray, 1920-
    • Ray Bradbury discusses his book, “Let’s All Kill Constance,” and Jerry Weist’s biography of him, “Bradbury: An Illustrated Life: A Journey to Far Metaphor.” Martinson begins by reading an excerpt from “Let’s All Kill Constance.” ...
    • Andrew Winer interview, 2002

    • African American neighborhoods - Fiction; Color blindness in children - Fiction; African Americans - Fiction; Dysfunctional families - Fiction; Race relations - Fiction; Children, White - Fiction; Boys - Fiction
    • Andrew Winer discusses his novel, “The Color Midnight Made.” He begins by explaining that his novel is about a young boy who is a victim of child abuse and befriends a blind boy. Martinson asks Winer to read a passage from the book about how...
    • Kathie Fong Yoneda interview, 2002

    • Motion picture authorship; Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)
    • Kathie Fong Yoneda discusses her book, “The Script-Selling Game.” She begins by explaining the importance of having a short concise summary of a script, so it can be pitched easily and quickly. She talks about her position as the Director of...
    • Tim O'Brien interview, 2002

    • Baby boom generation - Fiction; College graduates - Fiction; Class reunions - Fiction; Minnesota - Fiction
    • Tim O’Brien discusses his book, “July, July.” The book is about the class of 1969 returning for its 30th class reunion, but because the class secretary forgot to make a reservation in June, it becomes the 31st reunion. O’Brien shares...

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