Great American Authors Since 1650

Great American Authors Since 1650

Vol. 4, Program 7-8, 1950-Present

DVD - 2007
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Program 8. This half century spanned generations of writers who witnessed or participated in WWII, Korea, The Cold War, The Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam and multiple wars in the Middle East. Their diverse experiences influenced them intellectually, spiritually and emotionally which contributed to the eclectic collection of thought-provoking literature of the period.
Program 7. If the lost generation authors were searching for identity and meaning, the group of authors in the middle of the last century rejected everything that mainstream America embraced. Ultimately they would speak to the baby boomer generation, first as children, then as proactive teens, and ultimately as adults in the later part of the century.
Publisher: New York : Ambrose Video Pub., c2007
Branch Call Number: JU DVD 810.9 GRE


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