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January 24, 2003

Doris Lessing
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On October 11, 2007, Doris Lessing became the oldest person to win the Nobel Prize. In 2003, Bill Moyers talked with Lessing about life, politics and the process of writing.
February 25, 1990

Maxine Hong Kingston from WORLD OF IDEAS
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Bill Moyers' 1990 interview with Maxine Hong Kingston from the WORLD OF IDEAS series. Kingston and Moyers discuss Kingston's works THE WOMAN WARRIOR, CHINA MEN and TRIPMASTER MONKEY as well as her work with veterans.
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