Robert James Waller Message Board
Vivian posts on 1/19/2006 12:15:54 AM
Thank you for your information. I had finished my research paper. Thank you all the same.
I like his novels,and many people had read his novels,but only a few of them remembered his name. So I wrote that research paper to let most of my friends or the people, who had read his novels, remember his name,because he is one of my favorite authors.
RODGER .H .HARVEY. posts on 1/17/2006 2:29:51 PM
In the above book reference is made to a bird of prey called "Timmermans hawk" Fellow birders both here and in Canada are puzzled as we are unable to locate this in any book on Birds of Prey of North America.
This is more than likley a local name
given to a bird of that region. If any one out there can solve this please advise. Many Thanks
Ruth B. posts on 12/31/2005 7:04:34 PM
Waller's first wife is named Georgia. She moved to Texas with him. They had one daughter named Rachael. Some of his best writing is in a book of essays entitled "Old Songs in a New Cafe", one of which is "Excavating Rachael's Room".
teta posts on 12/15/2005 5:32:56 PM
Is the "novel' Bridges of Madison County based on a real life incident?
fiction of not
Bill Hiller posts on 12/13/2005 1:03:41 PM
Vivian, RJW is originally from Iowa. He was a business professor at UNI in Cedar Falls. As you know, he's one of the greatest writers of our time.
vivian posts on 12/4/2005 11:11:59 PM
i want to know about Mr. Waller because my research paper is for him. i like his books very much, especially the bridges of madison county. it is my lovest book.who can tell me somgthing about him?
Paul Watkins posts on 11/27/2005 8:29:50 PM
I never thought I would experience a moment as described in this book and feel the sense of loss that forbidden love can bring. But better to be loved than never loved at all.
You may lose a person but your memories will always be there.
RD Slover posts on 11/10/2005 11:51:05 AM
Is the "novel' Bridges of Madison County based on a real life incident? It clearly says novel on the cover but the preface alludes to a possibly true story that was somehow embellished in order to create a "novel" What are the facts here? In any event the book and its sequel are easy and excellent reading. Thanks!!
cristina posts on 10/28/2005 10:30:40 PM
Hello,I am still,after all these years,trilled about this magical book( bridges of madison county)!! and I would like to know,if there is a chance to ,personally,write to mr. Waller.I am a refugee from romania,and i would like to write a book ,but I still am afraid to do it...I feel that this writer would be the perfect person to do it!!! would this be possible ?thank you so much for having the chance to at least dream of this idea...( sorry for the possible mistakes)
Nella Cately posts on 10/14/2005 3:16:21 AM
To clarify an argument could you please advise me if this book was based on a true story or not?
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