A Short Guide to a Happy Life
Ms. Quindlen spoke about her book A Short Guide to a Happy Life, published by Random House. In her remarks she talked about her love of reading and her memories of reading as a child. Following her remarks she answered questions from the audience.
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Marilou Donahue Member National Press Club->Book and Author Cmte.
Anna Quindlen Columnist Newsweek
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