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    • William Knoke interview, 1996

    • Twenty-first century - Forecasts
    • William Knoke discusses his book, “Bold New World.” He begins by explaining that his book is about how life and customs will change in the 20th century. He says that economic, social, romantic, educational, and governmental rules will become...
    • Bruce Feiler interview

    • Feiler, Bruce S. - Travel - Middle East; Bible. O.T. - History of Biblical events; Arab -Israeli conflict; Palestine - Description and travel; Iraq - Description and travel; Iran -Description and travel
    • Bruce Feiler discusses his book, “Where God was Born.” He begins by discussing his first book “Walking the Bible” and the PBS documentary he made on it. He shares his reasons for writing his new book, which was a need to explore how...
    • Joseph Heller and Speed Vogel interview, 1986 March

    • Heller, Joseph - Health; Guillain-Barré syndrome - Patients - United States - Biography; Novelists, American - 20th century - Biography; Polyradiculoneuropathy - Personal Narratives; Heller, Joseph...
    • In a funny and at times, irreverent manner, Joseph and Speed talk about Joseph’s battle with Guillain–Barré syndrome, a debilitating disease that would leave him temporarily paralyzed, and the important roll that his friends played in taking...
    • David Spiegel interview, 1994

    • Critically ill; Terminally ill
    • Dr. David Spiegel discusses his book, “Living Beyond Limits.” He begins be explaining that his book helps people and their families deal with the news that they have cancer or another serious illness. He describes how he is a professor of...
    • Dr. Susan Love interview, 1995 July

    • Breast – Diseases – Popular works; Breast – Cancer – Popular works;
    • Connie and Dr. Love begin the interview discussing that breast cancer is scary because it forces women to confront their mortality. For the majority of the interview, they discuss the treatment options available to women diagnosed with breast...
    • Kathleen Sharp interview, 2004 January

    • Wasserman, Lew; Wasserman, Edie; Music Corporation of America; Chief executive officers - United States - Biography
    • Kathleen Sharp discusses her biography, “Mr. & Mrs. Hollywood.” She begins by giving background information on the lives of Lew Wasserman, the head of the Music Corporation of America (MCA), and his wife Edie. Sharp talks about her first...
    • Pierre Franey interview

    • Cooking
    • Pierre Franey prepares food and discusses his book, “More 60 Minute Gourmet.” He begins by making curry chicken and rice with a side of cucumber and yogurt salad. He shares that his family came from France and that he decided to be a cook...
    • Louise Bernikow interview, 1986 May

    • Social isolation; Single people - United States; Loneliness - United States
    • Louise Bernikow discusses her book, “Alone in America: The Search for Companionship.” She begins by explaining that her book is about the loneliness and social isolation many people feel living in America. She talks about what to do when...
    • Thomas Saywer interview

    • Writing
    • Thomas Sawyer discusses his book, “Fiction Writing Demystified.” He begins by stressing the idea that writers should think of themselves as entertainers. He explains that in order to entertain and keep your audience enthralled a writer must...
    • Elizabeth Buchan interview

    • Politicians' spouses - Fiction; Married women - Fiction; England - Fiction
    • Elizabeth Buchan discusses her book, “The Good Wife Strikes Back.” She begins by explaining that her book is about a woman who is married to a politician, and must learn how to deal with the pressure of having a spouse in the public eye. She...
    • Ruth Reichl interview

    • Cookery; Women food writers - United States - Biography; Reichl, Ruth
    • Ruth Reichl discusses her book, “Comfort me with Apples.” She begins by explaining that the book is the story of her life, but told through recipes. It begins in San Francisco when she was married to her first husband and lived in a...
    • Harold J. Leavitt interview, 2004 December

    • Management; Hierarchies; Executive ability; Employee empowerment; Organizational effectiveness
    • Harold J. Leavitt discusses his book, “Top Down.” He begins by explaining that he is a professor at the Stanford Business School. He says that this book was written for a middle manager who leads other people but who still answers to a higher...
    • Darin Strauss interview, 2008

    • Munchausen syndrome by proxy - Fiction; African American women physicians - Fiction
    • Darin Strauss discusses his novel, “More Than It Hurts You.” He begins by explaining that his book is about a woman who suffers from Munchausen Syndrome which causes her to harm her child to get attention. He talks about the power struggle...
    • Marilyn Moss interview, 2005 January 31

    • Motion picture producers and directors - United States - Biography; Stevens, George Cooper, 1904 -1975
    • Marilyn Moss discusses her book, “Giant.” She begins by discussing how much material she was able to access on director George Stevens in his collection and personal papers at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences library. She...
    • Bob Stone interview, 2003 July

    • Administrative agencies - United States - Management; Organizational change - United States; United States - Armed Forces - Management; United States - Politics and government
    • Bob Stone talks about his autobiography, “Confessions of a Civil Servant.” He begins by talking about how he moved from Washington D.C. to Los Angeles and did research forecasting and predicting the needs of the army. He explains that he...
    • Dr. Saul Rosenthal interview, 1989

    • Sex instruction; Middle-aged persons - Sexual behavior; Sex - in middle age - popular works; Sex Behavior - in middle age - popular works
    • Dr. Saul Rosenthal discusses his book, “Sex over 40” which answers questions for persons having sex over age 40. One of the main questions for women is painful intercourse. He describes painful intercourse for women could be caused by...
    • Louise Bernikow interview, 1986 May

    • Social isolation; Single people - United States; Loneliness - United States
    • Louise Bernikow discusses her book, “Alone in America.” She begins by explaining that she traveled around America asking people what loneliness meant to them. She talks about how work often takes over a person’s romantic life. She talks...
    • Joyce Howard interview, 1989

    • Miller, Henry, 1891-1980 - Correspondence; Tokuda, Hoki - Correspondence; Authors, American - 20th century - Correspondence
    • Joyce Howard describes her book, “Letters from Henry Miller to Hoki Tokuda Miller,” which articulates the beautiful love letters sent from Henry to Hoki. Joyce described Henry like a chameleon, in that he had very strong change in moods. Hoki...

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