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Book
xiv, 300 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm
  • A note to the reader / Nan A. Talese
  • Introduction / Cassandra King
  • Hey, out there. The first letter: an opening to the light ; Surprises on the road ; The fire sermon: speech by Pat Conroy, delivered at Penn Center ; On the future of books ; My spooky life ; My blogging life ; The Boo's lambs gather in Charleston ; Hitch 22: a great memoir ; the night the band played the "Tennessee Waltz" ; The man who inspired my Losing Season left us too soon... ; A room of her own...and the birth of Moonrise ; On the road again...airports, editors, publicists, and my writing life ; A long-lasting friendship: Charlie Gibson of Good Morning America ; Vietnam still haunting me... ; The teachers of my life ; Barbara Warley was loved by everyone ; How George R.R. Martin made me love dire wolves, giants, dwarves, and dragons... ; A eulogy for a Southern gentleman ; Remembering an irreplaceable friend ; The best night in the life of this aging Citadel point guard... ; The summer I met my first great man ; Andie MacDowell at the Beaufort Film Festival ; Mina & Conroy Fitness Studio ; A few things I wish I had told Ann Patchett... ; Conroy at seventy--happy birthday to me ; On Pat Conroy's Facebook page on the day of his passing
  • The great Conroy. A conversation with Pat Conroy ; A letter to my grandson on sportsmanship and basketball ; Pat Conroy talks about the /south, his mother, and The Prince of Tides ; Pat Conroy speaks to Meredith Maran ; On my Paris days ; A letter to the editor of the Charleston Gazette ; A lowcountry heart ; Pat Conroy's Citadel speech ; Farewell letter / Bernie Schein ; The great Conroy: an homage to a southern literary giant and a prince of a guy, / Rick Bragg ; Eulogy / delivered by Judge Alex Sanders ; Acknowledgments / Cassandra King.
Contains "a new nonfiction collection of letters, interviews, and magazine articles spanning Conroy's long literary career, supplemented by touching pieces from the beloved author's many friends. A Lowcountry Heart collects some of Conroy's most charming pieces of short nonfiction, many of them addressed directly to his readers with his habitual greeting, "Hey, Out There." Ranging across diverse subjects such as favorite recent reads, the challenge of getting motivated to exercise, and processing the loss of dearly missed friends, Conroy's lighthearted and eminently memorable pieces offer a unique window into the life of a true titan of Southern writing. In addition, A Lowcountry Heart also includes some of Conroy's most beloved speeches and interviews, a touching letter to his grandson, and a beautiful introduction from his widow, the novelist Cassandra King. Finally, the collection turns to remembrances of The Great Conroy, as he is lovingly titled by friends, including his eulogy."-- Provided by publisher.
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Book
x, 338 pages, [16] p. of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Green Library

3. My reading life [2010]

Book
x, 337 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
  • The lily
  • Gone with the wind
  • The teacher
  • Charles Dickens on Daufuskie Island
  • The librarian
  • The Old New York Book Shop
  • The book rep
  • My first writers' conference
  • On being a military brat
  • A southerner in Paris
  • A love letter to Thomas Wolfe
  • The Count
  • My teacher, James Dickey
  • Why I write
  • The city.
Bestselling author Pat Conroy acknowledges the books that have shaped him and celebrates the profound effect reading has had on his life.
Green Library
Book
514 p. ; 25 cm.
Green Library
Book
xiii, 283 p. ; 22 cm.
  • I encounter Escoffier
  • Nathalie Dupree
  • The pleasures of reading cookbooks no one has ever heard of
  • New Bern
  • A hometown in the Low Country
  • My first novelist
  • The Bill Dufford summer
  • A recipe is a story
  • Honeymoon: the romance of Umbria
  • Travel: Tuscany & Rome
  • Letter from Rome
  • Italian waiter
  • Eugene Walter of Mobile
  • Southerner in Paris
  • Bridesmaids' luncheon
  • Why dying down South is more fun
  • Oyster roasts
  • Men grilling
  • Vidalia onions
  • The greatest of all South Carolinians
  • Frank Stitt
  • Eating in New Orleans
  • Julian Bach.
Provides a collection of culinary reminiscences from author Pat Conroy--about his travels and the fascinating people and great meals he encountered along the way--accompanied by a selection of one hundred favorite recipes.
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6. My losing season [2002]

Book
402 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library

7. Beach music [1995]

Book
628 p. ; 25 cm.
With the spectacular success of the unforgettable "Prince Of Tides, " Pat Conroy established himself as America's favorite storyteller, a writer whose anguished and painfully honest insights into families and the human heart emerge in richly lyrical prose and compulsively readable narratives. Now, in "Beach Music, " he tells of the dark memories that haunt families in a story that spans South Carolina and Rome and reaches back into the unutterable terrors of the Holocaust. "Beach Music" is about Jack McCall, an American living in Rome with his young daughter, trying to find peace after the recent trauma of his wife's suicide. But his solitude is disturbed by the appearance of his sister-in-law, who begs him to return home, and of two school friends, who want his help in tracking down another classmate who went underground as a Vietnam protester and never resurfaced. These requests launch Jack on a journey that encompasses the past and the present in both Europe and the American South and that leads him to shocking and ultimately liberating truths. Told with deep feeling and the unmistakable brand of Conroy humor, this powerful novel adds another masterpiece to the legendary list of classics that his body of works has become.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780385475907 20160527
Law Library (Crown)
Book
567 p. ; 25 cm.
Green Library
Book
499 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library

10. The Great Santini [1976]

Book
536 p. ; 22 cm.
Green Library

11. The water is wide [1972]

Book
306 p. illus. 23 cm.
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Book
374 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
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Video
1 dual-layered videodisc (132 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
A disillusioned Southern coach reveals his tortured childhood in order to help his troubled, suicidal sister, and discovers the healing powers of love and forgiveness.
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Video
1 videocassette (111 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
The story of an idealistic, innovative teacher on a remote South Carolina island. His unorthodox teaching methods bring him into conflict with the reactionary school superintendent.
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15. The Great Santini [1979]

Video
1 DVD video (116 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; Dolby Digital. Digital: video file; DVD video.
Bill Meechum is one of nature's hard cases, an ace marine fighter pilot so adept at his lethal trade that they call him The Great Santini. But now it's peacetime, 1962. More at home playing 'top gun' in the cockpit than playing father in his own living room, he's become that most useless of all figures: a warrior without a war. Based on Pat Conroy's best-selling autobiographical novel, Meechum's battleground is the family home, with his objective to mold his oldest son in his own rigid image.
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Video
1 videodisc (116 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
A tough career marine, dissapointed that he has no war to fight, runs his household like a book camp to the great distress of his emotionally-torn adolescent son.
Media & Microtext Center
Video
1 videodisc (102 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
The year is 1964. Carolina Military Institute has admitted, for the first time, a young Black man into its freshman class. Will is asked to protect him from The Ten--a secret society of cadets dedicated to eliminating from the school those it deems unfit. Steeped in myth and legend, The Ten's power extends to every corner of Will's life, and he is ultimately forced to risk his career, the love of his closest friends and his own life.
Media & Microtext Center
Book
xiv, 254 pages ; 21 cm
  • Ishmael Beah
  • Kate Christensen
  • Pearl Cleage
  • Pat Conroy
  • Kelly Corrigan
  • Edwidge Danticat
  • Meghan Daum
  • Nick Flynn
  • A.M. Homes
  • Sue Monk Kidd
  • Anne Lamott
  • Sandra Tsing Loh
  • James McBride
  • Dani Shapiro
  • David Sheff
  • Darin Strauss
  • Cheryl Strayed
  • Ayelet Waldman
  • Jesmyn Ward
  • Edmund White.
"Everything an aspiring memoirist needs to know, in one readable volume, a follow-up to the acclaimed writers' handbook Why We Write For the many amateurs and professionals who write about themselves--bloggers, journal-keepers, aspiring essayists, and memoirists--this book offers inspiration, encouragement, and pithy, practical advice. Twenty of America's bestselling memoirists share their innermost thoughts and hard-earned tips with veteran author Meredith Maran, revealing what drives them to tell their personal stories, and the nuts and bolts of how they do it. Speaking frankly about issues ranging from turning oneself into an authentic, compelling character to exposing hard truths, these successful authors disclose what keeps them going, what gets in their way, and what they love most--and least--about writing about themselves"-- Provided by publisher.
"What moves memoirists to make their most personal stories public? In Why We Write About Ourselves, twenty of America's most successful memoirists answer this question -- and share the nuts and bolts of how they do it. Exploring such issues as the reliability of memory, the ethics of disclosure, and how to protect others' privacy without self-censoring, these bestselling memoirists reveal what keeps them going during the tough times and what they love most -- and least -- about revealing themselves in print"-- Provided by publisher.
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