The Paris Diary & The New York Diary: 1951–1961 by Ned Rorem

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The Paris Diary & The New York Diary: 1951–1961

'“A fascinating mixture of wisdom and innocence, as absorbing as a fine novel.” —William Inge, playwright “Ned Rorem is a writer of elegance, grace, wit . . . a person of sensitive and rigorous intellect to match his lusts and ambitions.” —The New York Times “[Rorem’s] self-analysis in his diaries contains two extremely rare ingredients: a ruthless and uncompromising capacity for examining the elusive and fascinating self and a poetic approach to such psychological depths.” —James Dickey, author of Deliverance'
'“A fascinating mixture of wisdom and innocence, as absorbing as a fine novel.” —William Inge, playwright “Ned Rorem is a writer of elegance, grace, wit . . . a person of sensitive and rigorous intellect to match his lusts and ambitions.” —The New York Times “[Rorem’s] self-analysis in his diaries contains two extremely rare ingredients: a ruthless and uncompromising capacity for examining the elusive and fascinating self and a poetic approach to such psychological depths.” —James Dickey, author of Deliverance'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480427709 Pages: 399