WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
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WV Enterprises Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
Pearl S. Buck

WV Enterprises Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life Celebrated author Pearl S. Buck was born in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, then lived in China for many years. A prolific writer, she published over 100 novels, 73 short stories and more than 200 articles. She also translated books from Chinese into English and produced 16 films. This considerable body of work often deals with conflicts that arise when Eastern and Western cultures meet. Pearl Buck was also a social activist and humanitarian, speaking out on a number of causes, including civil rights, women's rights and children's causes. She won the Pulitzer Prize with her novel The Good Earth and was the first American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. As Pearl S. Buck, Karen Vuranch relates the Asian culture through the eyes of an American woman living in China. This presentation is a moving portrayal of one of the important women of the twentieth century.


WV Enterprises Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life
WV Enterprises: Bringing American and Appalachian History to Life