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ISBN13:9780878054732. Release Date:March 1991.
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Judith Yaross Lee is a professor and director of honors tutorials in the School of Communication Studies at Ohio University. One fee. Stacks of books.
Series: Studies in Popular Culture.
In his book Homegrown Democrat (2004), Keillor mentions some of his . Garrison Keillor: A Voice of America.
In his book Homegrown Democrat (2004), Keillor mentions some of his noteworthy ancestors, including Joseph Crandall, who was an associate of Roger Williams (who founded the first American Baptist church as well as Rhode Island); and Prudence Crandall, who founded the first African-American women's school in America. His style, particularly his speaking voice, is often the subject of parody.
Gary Edward "Garrison" Keillor (born August 7, 1942) is an American author, storyteller, humorist, voice actor, and radio personality. He is best known as the creator of the Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) show A Prairie Home Companion (called Garrison Keillor's Radio Show in some international syndication), which he hosted from 1974 to 2016.
Lee, Judith Yaross, Garrison Keillor: A Voice of America, University Press of Mississippi (Jackson, MS), 1991. Scholl, Peter . Garrison Keillor, Twayne (New York, NY), 1993. Songer, Marcia, Garrison Keillor: A Critical Companion, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 2000. Библиографические данные. Twain's Brand: Humor in Contemporary American Culture.
4 In popular culture. 5 Awards and other recognition. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1991. Keillor voices Noir and other recurring radio drama characters, and also provides lead or backup vocals for some of the show's musical numbers. After the show's intermission, Keillor reads clever and often humorous greetings to friends and family at home submitted by members of the theater audience in exchange for an honorarium. Also in the second half of the show, the broadcasts showcase a weekly monologue by Keillor entitled The News from Lake Wobegon.