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    • Azar Nafisi interview, 2003

    • English teachers - Iran - Biography; English literature - Study and teaching - Iran; American literature - Study and teaching - Iran; Women - Books and reading - Iran; Books and reading - Iran; Group reading - Iran
    • Azar Nafisi discusses her book, “Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books.” Nafisi shares what happened in her life when she returned to Iran in 1979 to teach at the University of Tehran. She says she was expelled from the university because...
    • Mary MacCracken interview, 1982

    • Juvenile delinquency - United States - Case studies; Teachers - Training of - United States - Case studies; Urban schools - United States
    • Mary MacCracken discusses her book, “City Kid.” She begins by explaining that her book is a case study of children in inner city public school systems. She talks about her experience teaching autistic and schizophrenic children, and that she...
    • Merrill Joan Gerber interview, 2004 December 20

    • Suburban life - Fiction; Middle class - Fiction; California, Southern - Fiction
    • Merrill Joan Gerber discusses her book, “This is a Voice from your Past.” She begins by discussing how she uses experiences from her own life in her writing. Her book is a collection of short stories that begins with a story in which the...
    • Mary MacCracken interview, 1987 November

    • Juvenile delinquency - United States - Case studies; Teachers - Training of - United States - Case studies; Urban schools - United States
    • Mary MacCracken discusses her book, “City Kid.” She begins by explaining that her book is about her story of how she went back to college when in her 40s. She discusses the problems with age differences between her and her peers. She describes...
    • Lisa Zeidner interview

    • Hotels; Swimming; Traveling sales personnel
    • Lisa Zeidner discusses her book, “Layover.” She begins by explaining that the plot follows the character, Claire Newbold who is grieving over the death of her son. Life becomes even more difficult for Claire when her husband admits to having an...
    • Bill Honig interview, 1985 November

    • Education - Aims and objectives - United States; Education - United States - Forecasting; Education and state - United States
    • Bill, California State Superintendent for Education (ca. 1985), discusses the future of education and what society can do to support education in the future. Bill highlights a number of aspects of educational reform during the interview:...
    • Mat Johnson interview, 2003 July

    • African American neighborhoods - Fiction; Real estate business - Fiction; Real estate agents - Fiction; Gentrification - Fiction; Ex-convicts - Fiction; Journalists - Fiction; Harlem (New York, N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Mat Johnson discusses his novel, “Hunting in Harlem.” He begins by explaining that his book is a story about the recreation of Harlem and bringing in a new community. He introduces his 3 main characters who are released from prison and enlisted...
    • Julie Orringer interview, 2003

    • Short stories; Children - Fiction; Mother and child - Fiction; Mothers - Death - Fiction; Mothers and daughters - Fiction
    • Julie Orringer discusses her book, “How to Breathe Underwater.” She begins by explaining how she gradually wrote this collection of short stories over the span of several years. She provides background information on her Jewish upbringing and how...
    • Suzy Becker interview, 2004 April

    • Becker, Suzy - Health; Brain - Surgery – Patients - Humor; Brain - Surgery – Patients - Biography; Brain - Surgery - Patients - Caricatures and cartoons
    • Suzy Becker discusses her autobiography, “I Had Brain Surgery, What’s Your Excuse?” She begins by telling the story of how she found out about her brain tumor through having seizures. She then discusses how she broke the news to her family and...
    • Linda Palmer interview

    • Television soap operas; Murder mysteries
    • Linda Palmer discusses her book, “Love is Murder.” She begins by explaining how she came up with the idea for the plot, which is a murder mystery set in the world of daytime soap opera television. Palmer explains that prior to writing mystery...
    • Aaron Hass interview, 1990 November

    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Influence; Holocaust survivors - United States - Interviews; Holocaust survivors - United States - Mental health
    • Aaron Hass discusses his book, “The Aftermath.” He begins by explaining that for many people the Holocaust didn’t end in 1945 and their memories will haunt them for the rest of their lives. He talks about his own parents who were Holocaust...
    • Delacorta interview, 1986

    • Los Angeles (Calif.) - Fiction; Architecture - Fiction
    • Delacorta discusses his book, “Vida.” He begins by explaining that his book is about a man who falls in love with a young girl named Alba. He talks about his main character Vida, a housekeeper who decides to become an assassin. He describes his...
    • 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, “The...
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen interview, 2004

    • Leadership - Moral and ethical aspects; Leadership - Psychological aspects; Power (Social sciences); Immorality
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen discusses her book, “The Allure of Toxic Leaders.” She begins by talking about her teaching position at the Peter Drucker School of Business at the Claremont Graduate University. She explains how people are naturally drawn to...
    • Suzanne Greenberg interview, 2004

    • Short stories, American - Women authors; Short stories; Lovesickness - Fiction
    • Suzanne Greenberg discusses her book, “Speed-Walk.” The interview begins with Greenberg reading an excerpt from her book about divorce and children. She talks about how her book is a compilation of stories about loneliness, desperation, and how...
    • Steven Stralser interview, 2005

    • Business education; Industrial management - Study and teaching (Graduate); Master of business administration degree
    • Steven Stralser discusses his book, “MBA in a Day.” He begins by explaining how his book is an overview of the key points that are taught in the best business schools in the country. He describes the critical qualities that a good business should...
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen interview, 2008

    • Leadership; Organizational behavior
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen discusses her book, “The Art of Followership.” She begins by explaining that this book came out of a conference at the Claremont Colleges about followers and leadership. She discusses how she co-edited the book with two other...
    • Frank McCourt interview, 2005

    • McCourt, Frank; High school teachers - New York (State) - New York - Biography; Irish Americans - Biography
    • Frank McCourt discusses his autobiography, “Teacher Man.” He begins by explaining that he wrote the bestselling book, “Angela’s Ashes,” and talks about the importance of writing about one’s own life. He discusses how he got his education at New...
    • Noel Riley Fitch interview, 1991 March

    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961 - Homes and haunts - France - Paris; Literary landmarks - France - Paris - Guidebooks; Walking - France - Paris - Guidebooks; Paris (France) - Intellectual life - 20th century - Guidebooks; Paris (France) - Tours
    • Noel Riley Fitch discusses her books, “Walks in Hemingway's Paris: A Guide to Paris for the Literary Traveler” and “Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation: A History of Literary Paris in the Twenties and Thirties.” She begins by talking about Sylvia...
    • Jill McCorkle interview, 1990 November

    • Young adults - Fiction; North Carolina - Fiction; Families - Fiction
    • Jill McCorkle discusses her novel, “Ferris Beach.” She begins by explaining that her book is about growing up in a small town. She talks about how young adults have to learn to discover their friends and family members. She describes her job...

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