Season 37 Final Jeopardy! Round clues (8 clues archived)

#8243, aired 2020-09-23AMERICAN AUTHORS: Reluctant to write what became her most famous novel, she said, "Never liked girls or knew many, except my sisters" (Louisa May) Alcott
#8242, aired 2020-09-22DIPLOMACY: The book "The Eagle & the Elephant" is about the relationship between the U.S. & this Asian country beginning in 1833 Thailand (Siam)
#8241, aired 2020-09-21PIONEERING EDUCATORS: Before going into education, she graduated from the University of Rome in 1896 & was named assistant doctor at its psych clinic (Maria) Montessori
#8240, aired 2020-09-18ENGLISH POETS: An 1816 poem by him says, "That with music loud and long, I would build that dome in air, That sunny dome!" Coleridge
#8239, aired 2020-09-1720th CENTURY ARTISTS: "Los Tres Grandes" were Josť Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros & him Diego Rivera
#8238, aired 2020-09-1619th CENTURY AMERICANS: Obituaries called this man who died in 1820 a celebrated colonel, the first settler in Kentucky & a man who delighted in perils & battle Daniel Boone
#8237, aired 2020-09-15THE MUSIC BIZ: In 2019, at a 60th anniversary event in Detroit, this producer announced his retirement saying he had "come full circle" Berry Gordy
#8236, aired 2020-09-14FAMOUS BUILDINGS: This Rome building with a name from the Greek was described by Michelangelo as coming from "angelic and not human design" the Pantheon
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