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BABEL-2023/2024 Season, 3-John Irving

John Irving



Gale Academic OneFile
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Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints
Opposing Viewpoints in Context contains a range of perspectives on many important issues, with more than 20,000 pro/con viewpoints and more than 19,000 reference articles and topic overviews. You'll find more than 12,000 charts and graphs along with statistical information. Includes full-text coverage from newspapers and magazines such as National Review, The New York Times, Commentary, and CNN Wire. Virtual Tour

Gale Literature Criticism
Brings together several literary series from Gale, including Contemporary Literary Criticism, Nineteenth-Century Literature, and Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Virtual Tour



Author’s Website
Link to the author’s website.

Simon & Schuster Author’s Page
Link to the official author page from Simon & Schuster.

Academy of Achievement
The Academy of Achievement is a nonprofit foundation linking youth from all over the world to preeminent leaders and innovators of our times.

University of New Hampshire Interview
UNH Online Magazine article ‘Becoming John Irving,’ from Fall 2005.

The Guardian Interview
The Guardian Interview, ‘John Irving on Donald Trump, Caitlyn Jenner – and the right way to wrestle an angry bear,” from February 2016.

Hazlitt Interview
'Hope is an Elusive Quality': An Interview with John Irving, from November 2022.

CBC Books In Conversation Interview
An interview with the author, ‘John Irving Reflects on Identity, belonging and gender politics,’ from December 2022.

CBS News Interview
A CBS News interview with novelist John Irving from October 2022.


Community and Local Links

Just Buffalo Literary Center
The premier center for the literary arts in the Buffalo/Niagara region, Just Buffalo promotes community-based literary events throughout the year.


Library Materials

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