Film, Video Fiction, Faith and the Imagination: Celebrating Marilynne Robinson
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- Fiction, Faith and the Imagination: Celebrating Marilynne Robinson
- Geraldine Brooks and Paul Harding joined Alan Lightman to discuss the myriad ways faith informs the work of Marilynne Robinson. The conversation was moderated by Steven Knapp. Robinson joined the panel discussion for its conclusion.
- April 03, 2017
- - Winner of the 2016 Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, Marilynne Robinson is the acclaimed author of "Housekeeping" and Pulitzer Prize-winning "Gilead." Robinson has also received the 2012 National Humanities Medal and published numerous essays, book reviews and nonfiction books.
- - Alan Lightman is a physicist and a best-selling novelist.
- - Paul Harding is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist.
- - Geraldine Brooks is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist.
- Poetry & Literature at the Library of Congress: https://www.loc.gov/poetry/
- 1 hours 34 minutes 10 seconds
- online text
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