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Worth Quoting (Interviews): Elaine L. Konigsburg

Worth Quoting was made possible by Florida Community College at Jacksonville. The series was recorded from 1985 to 2005, and features a powerful collection of interviews.
Interviewee Elaine L. Konigsburg
Interviewer N/A
Subject Creative process

Copyright 1986 Florida Community College at Jacksonville

SummaryLocal author Elaine L. Konigsburg, most famous for her Newberry award winning novel From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, gives a wide-ranging talk that uses T.S. Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" as a springboard to discuss how three famous men who dared disturb the universe- Galileo, Newton, and Einstein - embody different elements of the creative process and how her own creative process works.

Keywords: Elaine L. Konigsburg, E.L. Konigsburg, T.S. Eliot, Galileo, Newton, Einstein, creative process, creativity, lecture (education)

 

Elaine L. Konigsburg

Konigsburg, E. (1986). Interviewed by N/A [Video Recording]. Worth Quoting. YouTube, Jacksonville, Florida.

Run time: 42 minutes