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Brooker-Bowers, Nancy. John Schlesinger : a guide to references and resources. Reference publication in film. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Brooker-Bowers, Nancy. Brooker-Bowers, Nancy. John Schlesinger : a guide to references and resources, Nancy J. Brooker G. K. Hall Boston 1978. Australian/Harvard Citation. Schlesinger, John, 1926- - Criticism and interpretation. Schlesinger, John, 1926- - Bibliography.
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Guide to Reference, published in 2008 as the online successor to Guide to Reference Books, was a selective guide to the best print and online reference sources. It was a subscription database, published by the American Library Association, and was updated on an ongoing basis.
Robert L Carringer Ernst Lubitsch: A Guide to References and Resources (A Reference Publication in Film). ISBN 13: 9780816178957. Ernst Lubitsch: A Guide to References and Resources (A Reference Publication in Film).
Brooker, Nancy . John Schlesinger: A Guide to References and Resources, Boston, 1978.
Treason to Believe," interview with Graham Fuller in Stills (London), April 1985. Dialogue on Film: John Schlesinger," in American Film (Washington . November 1987, January 1991. Brooker, Nancy . Phillips, Gene . John Schlesinger, Boston, 1981. Salizzato, Claver, John Schlesinger, Florence, 1986. On SCHLESINGER: articles-.
According to Nancy F. Cott, the Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation . The Schlesinger Library exists to document women's lives and endeavors
According to Nancy F. Cott, the Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Director, it is "the largest and most significant repository of documents covering women's lives and activities in the United States. The library is named after Arthur M. Schlesinger, S. a noted history professor at Harvard during the 20th century; and his wife Elizabeth Bancroft Schlesinger, a noted feminist. The Schlesinger Library exists to document women's lives and endeavors. Its wealth of resources reveals the wide range of women's activities at home in the United States and abroad from the early 19th century to the present day.
gratefully acknowledged. a well-functioning distribution system, sufficient financial resources and so on. It follows that. the role of the innovator,4 . 2 References to publications in this volume refers to draft reports for the TEARI project, that eventually will be. published in the new Oxford Handbook of Innovation. the person or organizational unit responsible for combining the.
John Richard Schlesinger, CBE (; 16 February 1926 – 25 July 2003) was an English film and stage director, and actor. He won an Academy Award for Best Director for Midnight Cowboy, and was nominated for two other films (Darling and Sunday Bloody Sunday). Bond, Paul (8 August 2003). Obituary: John Schlesinger, filmmaker, 1926–2003".