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|Named Person:||Wendy Lesser; Maxine Hong Kingston; Robert Hass; John Baugh|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc., Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Baugh; Robert Hass; Maxine Hong Kingston; Wendy Lesser; Geoffrey Nunberg; City Arts & Lectures (Firm),
|Notes:||Event venue: Herbst Theater.
John Baugh: Linguistics professor at Stanford University, an advisor to Merriam Webster and American Heritage dictionaries, and author of Beyond Ebonics: Linguistic Pride and Radial Prejudice.
Robert Hass: Former United States Poet Laureate and literature professor and UC Berkeley. His collections include Field Guide, Praise and Human Wishes.
Maxine Hong Kingston: Novelist and non-fiction author whose works include Tripmaster Monkey and the National Book Award-winning The Woman Warrior and China Men.
Wendy Lesser: Art critic, novelist and founding editor of The Threepenny Review. Works include The Pagoda in the Garden and Room for Doubt.
Geoffrey Nunberg: Linguist, professor, contributor to The New York Times, and chair of the American Heritage Dictionary usage panel. Works include The Way We Talk Now and Talking Right.
Recorded from KQED radio broadcast.
Source media: cassette tape.
|Description:||1 audio file (57 min., 22 sec.)|
|Details:||Mode of access: World Wide Web.|