Books from Roger Ebert

Leaves of Grass

Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
TV presenter, Journalist
Most of you will have read Ginsberg's "Howl," but how much more of his poetry? I have his collected poems on my shelf, but don't care to take them down. Whitman's poems, on the other hand, are at the side of my chair and I read one every morning.
Books recommended by Roger Ebert
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5 Books for Reference

5 Books that helped Roger in his profession.
Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
TV presenter, Journalist
5 Books that helped Roger in his profession.
Books from Roger Ebert

The Encyclopedia of Chinese Cooking

A collection of over six hundred recipes for Chinese dishes made with rice, noodles, pork, beef, lamb, chicken, fish, seafood, eggs, and vegetables are easily prepared using ordinary ingredients and utensils
Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
TV presenter, Journalist
The very sight of Quick and Easy Chinese Cooking by Kenneth H. C. Lo quickens my pulse. Its pages are stained by broth, sherry, soy sauce and chicken fat, and so thoroughly did I master it that I once sought out Ken Lo's Memories of China on Ebury street in London and laid eyes on the great man himself, dining alone in a little room near the entrance. A book like that, you're not gonna throw away.
Books from Roger Ebert

Huckleberry Finn

This volume presents a story of a young boy, Huckleberry Finn, and his companion, Jim - an escaped slave on the run. It chronicles the journey they take down the Mississippi River on a plight for freedom.
Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
TV presenter, Journalist
I cannot do without a single one of these possessions, including more or else every book I have owned since I was seven, starting with Huckleberry Finn.