Creativity: Paradoxes & Reflections
Harry A. Wilmer
Chiron Publications, 1991 - Psychology - 194 pages
Essays from, among others, playwright Edward Albee, analyst Joseph Henderson, actor Lee Marvin, scientist Linus Pauling, novelist Isaac Bashevis Singer, critic and philosopher Jacques Barzun, literary critic Norman Sherry, and poet Naomi Nye on the creative life, focusing on autobiography, literary biography, music, science, drama, poetry, storytelling, criticism, and geography.
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Chapter Two Isaac Bashevis Singer
Chapter Three Naomi Shihab
Chapter Four Lee Marvin
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