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Telling lives, the biographer"s art
Originally published: Washington : New Republic Books, 1979.
|Statement||by Leon Edel ... [et al.] ; edited by Marc Pachter.|
|Contributions||Edel, Leon, 1907-, Pachter, Marc.|
|LC Classifications||CT21 .T44 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||151 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||81010312|
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Telling Lives originated in a symposium on biography that took place at the National Portrait Gallery; but before publication, three additional essays were added to the original four.
The contributors are Leon Edel, Justin Kaplan, Geoffrey Wolff, Alfred Kazin, Doris Kearns, Theodore Rosengarten, and Barbara Tuchman.4/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Telling lives, the the biographers art book art.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press,© (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Telling lives, the biographer's art.
Washington: New Republic Books, (OCoLC) Document Type. Telling Lives originated in a symposium on biography that took place at the National Portrait Gallery; but before publication, three additional essays were added to the original four. The contributors are Leon The biographers art book, Justin Kaplan, Geoffrey Wolff, Alfred Kazin, Doris Kearns, Theodore Rosengarten, and Barbara Tuchman.4/5.
The Biographer's Art, by concentrating on the aesthetics of the genre, responds to the need for serious criticism of life-writing. This book is both a history of the genre and a substantial analysis of the great literary biographies from Johnson's Life of Savage () and Boswell's Life of Johnson () through Strachey's Eminent Victorians () and Symons' The Quest for Corvo () to the three greatest Author: Jeffrey Meyers.
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At the same time, the argument of the book perhaps inevitably follows the pattern of Shakespeare's life established by the majority of biographers. They have found suggestive clues concerning Shakespeare's personality, relationships, and character in the works.
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The first golden age was defined by Dr Johnson’s Life of Mr Richard Savage () and James Boswell’s The Life of Dr Johnson (); the second Author: Ruth Scurr. One of the earliest biographers was Cornelius Nepos, who published his work Excellentium Imperatorum Vitae ("Lives of outstanding generals") in 44 BC.
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All individual lives entail many stories, and the biographer must choose which to tell. Consider your own life: Ponder the most obvious milestones by which lives are parsed — graduations, new homes and cities, weddings, jobs, births and deaths, illnesses, memorable trips.
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So I hope that you will tell this tale tomorrow It will help your heart remember and relive It will help you feel the anger and the sorrow And forgive For all the ones we leave And we believe Our lives become The stories that we weave.
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