24 results for your search

PBS NewsHour, Author Ann Patchett On What To Read While Staying Home
See details
interview by Jeffrey Brown, 1956-, in PBS NewsHour (NewsHour Productions, 2020), 5 mins
As Americans stay home to try to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, we wanted to provide suggestions for how to fill that time. Author Ann Patchett joins Jeffrey Brown to offer book recommendations for this strange time, including "War and Peace," "Here for It" and "The Night Watchman."
interview by Jeffrey Brown, 1956-, in PBS NewsHour (NewsHour Productions, 2020), 5 mins
×
N. Scott Momaday: Words from a Bear
See details
directed by Jeffrey Palmer, fl. 2015; produced by Jeffrey Palmer, fl. 2015 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2018), 1 hour 25 mins
When N. Scott Momaday won the 1969 Pulitzer Prize, it marked one of the first major acknowledgments of Native American literature and culture. Now, Momaday’s words come to life in this biography of a celebrated Native American storyteller.
directed by Jeffrey Palmer, fl. 2015; produced by Jeffrey Palmer, fl. 2015 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2018), 1 hour 25 mins
×
Nadi Memories of a River Faces in a Village
See details
written by Satendra Nandan, 1939- (Lewes, England: Ivy Press, 2014), 186 page(s)
written by Satendra Nandan, 1939- (Lewes, England: Ivy Press, 2014), 186 page(s)
×
Bite Your Tongue
See details
written by Francesca Rendle-Short, 1960- (Melbourne, Victoria: Spinifex Press, originally published 2012), 258 page(s)
written by Francesca Rendle-Short, 1960- (Melbourne, Victoria: Spinifex Press, originally published 2012), 258 page(s)
×
Wednesday's Women
See details
written by Michael O'Leary, 1950- (Wellington, Wellington Region: Silver Owl Press, 2012), 178 page(s)
written by Michael O'Leary, 1950- (Wellington, Wellington Region: Silver Owl Press, 2012), 178 page(s)
×
Beauty of Books, Episode 2, Medieval Masterpieces
See details
directed by Michael Waterhouse, fl. 1993-2016; produced by Tern Television Productions, in Beauty of Books, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2011), 33 mins
From philosophy, religion, art, science, politics and the rise of ideologies all the way through to fantastical fictions, books have enabled new ideas to reach eager audiences across the globe. However, they are not simply conveyors of story, knowledge and belief. Some of the most important books in the world are...
directed by Michael Waterhouse, fl. 1993-2016; produced by Tern Television Productions, in Beauty of Books, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2011), 33 mins
×
The Broken Book
See details
written by Fiona Farrell, 1947- (Auckland, Auckland Region: Auckland University Press, 2011, originally published 2011), 210 page(s)
written by Fiona Farrell, 1947- (Auckland, Auckland Region: Auckland University Press, 2011, originally published 2011), 210 page(s)
×
The G'Day Country Redux
See details
written by David McGill, fl. 1984 (Wellington, Wellington Region: Silver Owl Press, 2009), 200 page(s)
written by David McGill, fl. 1984 (Wellington, Wellington Region: Silver Owl Press, 2009), 200 page(s)
×
Someone Else's Country
See details
written by Peter Docker, 1964- (Fremantle, Western Australia: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, originally published 2009), 420 page(s)
written by Peter Docker, 1964- (Fremantle, Western Australia: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, originally published 2009), 420 page(s)
×
Famous Authors, Confucius
See details
directed by Malcolm Hossick, fl. 1996-2011; produced by Malcolm Hossick, fl. 1996-2011, Academy Media, in Famous Authors (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 2008), 36 mins
This film by Malcolm Hossick explores the life and work of the Chinese sage known to the west as Confucius. He did not found a religion and there is nothing about what he said which we have to believe. But the ideas about government and how humans should behave if they wish to live a frutiful life have coloured Ch...
directed by Malcolm Hossick, fl. 1996-2011; produced by Malcolm Hossick, fl. 1996-2011, Academy Media, in Famous Authors (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media Group, 2008), 36 mins
×

Pages