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    2012 National Book Critics Circle Awards

    Book TV presents the 2012 National Book Critics Circle Awards from The New School in New YorkCity. The awards are presented annually by the nation’s critics in six categories, non-fiction,…

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    The Legacy of the Holocaust

    Authors in the “Legacy of the Holocaust” panel talked about their books about specific historical events of the Holocaust. After the presentations, they responded to questions from members…

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    The Lost

    Daniel Mendelsohn talked about his book, The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million, published by HarperCollins, a book about six of his relatives killed in the Holocaust. He was interviewed…

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    2006 National Book Critics Circle Awards- Autobiography Finalists Readings

    Finalists for the National Book Critics Circle awards for the publishing year 2006 read from their works at an event held in the New School’s Tishman Auditorium on the evening before the…

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    Writing Memoirs

    Charles McGrath moderated a panel discussion on memoir writing. Panelists discussed their writings and the truthfulness of memoirs. Daniel Mendelsohn is the author of The Lost: A Search for Six of Six…

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    The Art of Criticism

    The panelists discussed the craft of book reviewing. After the discussion they answered questions from members of the audience.

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    National Book Critics Circle Book Awards Ceremony

    Winners for the publishing year 2000, announced during this program, were: Ted Conover, author of Newjack: Guarding Sing Sing, for General Nonfiction; Cynthia Ozick, author of Quarrel and…

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    National Book Critics Circle Book Awards Readings

    Finalists for the National Book Critics Circle Book Awards for books published in 2000 read from their works.

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