Humphrey Carpenter - Literary Criticism - 1979 - 287 pages
Drawing on unpublished letters and diaries, the author examines the friendship between and the social and literary gatherings of Lewis, Tolkien, and Williams who laughingly ...
Humphrey Burton - Music - 1994 - 594 pages
A biography of the influential composer-conductor presents Bernstein as a man full of contradictions and considers his numerous and frequently controversial personal and ...
Sigmund Freud - Psychology - 2003 - 161 pages
Presents the attempts by Freud to understand the process of artistic creation, focusing on the importance of childhood fantasy.
Neil Powell - Biography & Autobiography - 2013 - 508 pages
Documents the life of the famous British composer, focusing on his relationship with tenor Peter Pears, who became the inspirational center of his emotional and musical life.
Maynard Solomon - Composers - 1998 - 554 pages
Discussing both his personal life and his musical development, this biography draws on a portrait of a deeply emotional, troubled man who overcame family problems and personal ...