The Later Diaries 1961-1972

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The Later Diaries 1961-1972

The Later Diaries Ned Rorem is celebrated as one of America s greatest living composers His diary of his early years The Paris Diary and the New York Diary was widely acclaimed The Later Diaries continues one of the

  • Title: The Later Diaries 1961-1972
  • Author: Ned Rorem
  • ISBN: 9780306809644
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ned Rorem is celebrated as one of America s greatest living composers His diary of his early years, The Paris Diary and the New York Diary, was widely acclaimed The Later Diaries continues one of the most sustained efforts in the intimate journal form ever undertaken and offers candid insights into his astonishing life, career, art, friendships, and love In these years,Ned Rorem is celebrated as one of America s greatest living composers His diary of his early years, The Paris Diary and the New York Diary, was widely acclaimed The Later Diaries continues one of the most sustained efforts in the intimate journal form ever undertaken and offers candid insights into his astonishing life, career, art, friendships, and love In these years, Lions, Miss Julie, and Poems of Love and the Rain were composed and most of his books written he also continued to meet the famous and infamous and to write of them with the charm that Janet Flanner characterized as worldly, intelligent, licentious, highly indiscreet.

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    1. Yooperprof on said:

      It does seem churlish to criticize a diarist for being self-centered, but there's something missing here that prevents the "Later Diaries" of the 1960s from being as interesting as they could have been or should have been. And maybe it is that Ned Rorem was so wrapped up in his own personal life with its rather minor accomplishments and frustrations that he failed to see what was going on around him. I mean: the 1960s! The youth rebellion, the Vietnam War, Race Riots in the cities. He does write [...]

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