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|Named Person:||Edmund Wilson|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lawrence Rosen; Lewis M Dabney; Lee Hamilton; George Liston Seay; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
|Notes:||Titles from disc label.|
|Performer(s):||Guests, Lawrence Rosen interviewed in the first program; Lewis Dabney interviewed in the second program; hosted by George Liston Seay.|
|Event notes:||Program #782 broadcast week: Feb. 23-Mar. 1, 2009; program #871 broadcast week: Mar. 2-8, 2009.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (62 min.) : stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 track sheet.|
|Details:||Audio compact disc.|
|Other Titles:||Edmund Wilson :
In Congress, first impressions matter
Dialogue (Radio program).
Program #871 : "Title: Edmund Wilson : a life in literature. Edmund Wilson was the leading voice in American literary criticism for most of the 20th century. His commitment to literature was matched by an equally strong interest in American history and culture. He produced more than 40 major works including the novel 'Memoirs of Hecate Country' and the historical essay 'Patriotic Gore'. His prolific writing career was matched by his tireless commentary on American life. Biographer Dabney Lewis provides a fascinating look at one of America's greatest public intellectuals."--Track sheet.
Commentary #338 : "Title: In Congress, first impressions matter. The next few months will be crucial ones for new members of Congress--not because of the legislation they'll be voting on, but because this is when they establish their reputations. As former Congressman Lee Hamilton explains, 'In Congress, first impressions matter'."--Track sheet.
Commentary #339 : "Title: The U.S. As long as India and Pakistan remain at loggerheads, our own interests in the region will suffer, writes former Congressman Lee Hamilton. The U.S. must find a way to help broaden cooperation between the two countries.'"--Track sheet.