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In this abridgment of his monumental study, Berlioz and the Romantic Century, Jacques Barzun recounts the events and extraordinary achievements of the great composer's life against the background of the romantic era. As the author eloquently demonstrates, Berloiz was an archetype whose destiny was the story of an age, the incarnation of an artistic style and a historical spirit. "In order to understand the nineteenth century, it is essential to understand Berlioz," notes W. H. Auden, "and in order to understand Berlioz, it is essential to read Professor Barzun."
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Jacques Barzun, University Professor Emeritus at Columbia, is the author of the classic Teacher in America and The American University. His books published by the University of Chicago Press include On Writing, Editing, and Publishing; Classic, Romantic, and Modern; The House of Intellect; A Stroll with William James; and Begin Here.
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Book Description University Of Chicago Press, 1982. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0226038610
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