The Spoken Word: American Writers (Spoken Word Audio) (Abridged / Compact Disc)
On this triple CD, published to coincide with the British Writers CD set, some 27 American Writers talk about their lives and work. Most of the recordings come from BBC broadcasts and many have not been published before. Highlights on this CD include: rare recordings of two early American winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature: Sinclair Lewis and Pearl Buck. It also features Arthur Miller talking about his marriage to Marilyn Monroe, and John Steinbeck talking about why he wrote The Grapes of Wrath.
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"After spending a few hours reveling in this diverse collection, there will be voices in the listener''s head . . . the voices of the women and men who shaped the 20th Century with the written versions of their words."—Julia Keller, Chicago Tribune