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In this exclusive interview, best selling author and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Anna Quindlen shares her views on a wide range of issues, including her work as a novelist and journalist, her spirituality, and her family. Quindlen, who calls herself a feminist, talks about women's challenges in the workplace and at home over the past 30 years. She also discusses today's young people and how their activism, goals, and dreams differ from those of her own young contemporaries in the early 1970s.
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  • Sherry L. Lowry
  • 05-04-05

Write On, Quindlen!

Thumb's Up - Quindlen's views do seem to me to reflect those of MANY held by the people who will be making many of the crucial decisions in our future -- those who are currently under 45 years. I know Anna Q. needs no encouragement to 'keep on writin' as it is simply what she just naturally already does, and i find hers amongst the most real of the voices of her generation. I'm personally 65 and the majority of my client-base now and for the past 11 years ranges from 25-55 years -- it is books like this one that help me keep in touch with what is currently REALLY important, vs what's showing up everyone in the popular electronic media, coming out of our government, and in the daily press.

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  • MATT
  • 15-05-16

Not anything that I'm interested in.

Not anything that I'm interested in.
at least it is short. I wish I could delete books from my library!

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  • Helen
  • 16-05-12

drew me in....

after listening to this interview, I had to get the book, which I loved! I have to spend more time with this author!

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  • Dionne
  • 01-09-05

Very Interesting

This interview was thoroughly interesting. I found Anna Quindlen to be both intelligent and engaging. I thoroughly enjoyed this interview, and have decided to get the book by Anna Quindlen "A Short Guide to a Happy Life" because of it. At only 16 minutes, you can't go wrong.