How Reading Changed My Life
Author Anna Quindlen spoke about her book “How Reading Changed My Life,” published by Ballantine Books. The book examined the power that books possess and how they could arouse emotions of fear, loathing, love, and devotion. The book also focused on how books took everyone away from reality and allowed people to explore other worlds. She also focused on how to help children deal with the sexual allegations against President Clinton. After her prepared remarks, questions were taken from the audience. close
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Helaine Gelsmar Katz Associate Executive Director 92nd Street Y->Programming
Anna Quindlen Columnist (Former) New York Times
Lesley Stahl Correspondent CBS->60 Minutes
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