5 edition of Life among the muses found in the catalog.
Life among the muses
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Terry L. Yates, William L. Gannon, and Don E. Wilson.|
|Series||Special publication / The Museum of Southwestern Biology -- no. 3., Special publication (University of New Mexico. Museum of Southwestern Biology) -- no. 3.|
|Contributions||Findley, James S. 1926-, Yates, Terry L., Gannon, William L. 1956-, Wilson, Don E.|
|LC Classifications||QL703 .L54 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||96043185|
Although Elizabeth Barrett was no 'Prince', she too took that 'Cinderella' among the Muses, the ballad, to herself — not so much because the form was simple and sweet, but because its energy, its strong heroines, its elemental passions of love and revenge, its frank physicality and its sinewy narrative conflicts allowed her to circumvent the. Notes to Chapter 1 >> Notes to Chapter 1 1. Michael Winship, a historian’s historian of Tudor–Stuart English and New Eng-land puritanism. 2. Baruch Halpern, The First Historians: The Hebrew Bible and History (New York: Harper & Row, ), 20; Ernst Breisach, Historiography: Ancient, Medieval, and Modern (3rd ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ), –Cited by: 1.
Frederick Ashton, one of the greatest choreographers in the history of dance, forever changed the landscape of English ballet, defining what we now know as the English classical style. Julie Kavanagh is the first person to have been given complete access to Ashton's papers, and with Secret Muses she has written a brilliant account of his life and work, from his colorful . But strength alone though of the Muses born Is like a fallen angel: trees uptorn, Darkness, and worms, and shrouds, and sepulchres Delight it; for it feeds upon the burrs, And thorns of life; forgetting the great end Of poesy, that it should be a friend To sooth the cares, and lift the thoughts of man. john keats.
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"In Clio among the Muses, Hoffer offers a humane and learned, yet brief and accessible, meditation on the often troubled relationship between the study of History and other ways of seeking knowledge about the human condition.
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Secret Muses: The Life of Frederick Ashton by Julie Kavanagh is a virtuoso biography of Sir Frederick Ashton, Britain's greatest ballet choreographer. Synopsis Sir Frederick Ashton, Britain's greatest choreographer, was a major figure on the cultural landscape of the twentieth century and his influence extended far beyond the world of dance/5(6).
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Memorall, whom he revered and cultivated as her friend, he had extracted but the one /Julie Kavanagh is the first person to have been given complete access to Ashton\'s papers, and with Secret Muses she has written a brilliant account of his life and work, from his colorful childhood in Lima to his prolific career as a dancer and choreographer, first with the Ballet Rambert.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
A large part of this book deals with her development as one of the relatively few important women ballet choreographers, specifically with her ballet, Bar aux Folies-Bergere, inspired by the famous Manet painting.
De Valois's extensive notes for this work were found among Rambert's papers.