Tennessee Williams’s, CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF; a Southern family, a dying patriarch, and two brothers vying for the inheritance.
Golda Meir’s, MY LIFE; from Russia to Milwaukee; Israel to Prime Minister.
Faye Moskowitz’s, PEACE IN THE HOUSE: TALES FROM A YIDDISH KITCHEN; autobiographical stories about the “old” world and the new. Tillie Olson’s, TELL ME A RIDDLE; four stories about poverty, sacrifice, and ambivalence about motherhood. Abigail Pogrebin’s, STARS OF DAVID: PROMINENT JEWS TALK ABOUT BEING JEWISH; sixty-two interviews: from Joan Rivers, William Shatner, and Kenneth […]
During a forty year period, the author meets a woman from time-to-time in Paris, New York, Hollywood, and Rome.
The first lady’s life through the White House Years.
Irving Stone’s, THE PRESIDENT’S LADY; a love story about Andrew Jackson and his wife, Rachel.
Irving Stone’s, THE PRESIDENT’S LADY; a love story about Andrew Jackson and his wife, Rachel. Kitty Kelley’s, NANCY REAGAN: THE UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY; the first lady’s life through the White House Years. Lillian Hellman’s, MAYBE: A STORY; during a forty year period, the author meets a woman from time-to-time in Paris, New York, Hollywood, and Rome. […]
Richard Moe’s, ROOSEVELT’S SECOND ACT: THE ELECTION OF 1940, AND THE POLITICS OF WAR; how FDR strategically and successfully manipulated a third term in the White House.
The life–so far–of the tennis champion and education advocate.
Betty Rollin’s, LAST WISH; a mother suffers from painful cancer, and her daughter helps her die.
Judith Rossner’s, LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR Truman Capote’s, IN COLD BLOOD Harold Robbins’s, A STONE FOR DANNY FISHER Jerzy Kosinski’s, THE PAINTED BIRD Leon Leyson’s, THE BOY ON THE WOODEN BOX Patty Duke’s, CALL ME ANNA Judith Guest’s, ORDINARY PEOPLE Roald Dahl’s, SWITCH BITCH Ayn Rand’s, THE FOUNTAINHEAD Margaret Mitchell’s, GONE WITH […]
A famous senator, a beautiful girl, and an accident. Chappaquiddick re-told.