On Late Style: Music and Literature Against the Grain

On Late Style: Music and Literature Against the Grain

Edward W. Said


during this interesting publication, Edward stated seems on the inventive contradictions that frequently mark the past due works of literary and musical artists. acknowledged indicates how the upcoming loss of life of an artist could make its manner into his paintings, reading essays, poems, novels, motion pictures, and operas by means of such artists as Beethoven, Genet, Mozart, Lampedusa, Euripides, Cavafy, and Mann, between others. He uncovers the conflicts and complexity that frequently distinguish creative lateness, leading to works that stood in direct distinction to what used to be well known on the time and have been forerunners of what used to be to return in every one artist's discipline–works of actual genius. Eloquent and impassioned, brilliantly reasoned and revelatory, On past due sort is Edward Said's personal nice final paintings.

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