Just Because.... Joanne Greenberg, One Of Our Most Interesting Past Guests


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No apologies. She is always just delightful. Claudia Cragg @claudiacragg speaks here with Joanne Greenberg (born September 24, 1932 in ) is an American who published some of her work under the of Hannah Green. She was a professor of anthropology at the and a volunteer . Greenberg is best known for the semi-autobiographical bestselling novel (1964). It was adapted into a 1977 and a 2004 of the same name. She received the Harry and Ethel Daroff Memorial Fiction Award as well as the for Fiction in 1963 for her debut novel The King's Persons (1963), about the massacre of the population of at in 1190. Greenberg appears in the documentary Take These Broken Wings (2004) about recovering from schizophrenia without the use of psychiatric medication. Her book In This Sign (1970) was made into a titled , aired on in December 1985.

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