Published January 23, 2001 by Harper Paperbacks .
Written in EnglishRead online
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|Number of Pages||384|
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Yeats' older years as a writer, and those of many other creative artists, are the subjects of Nicholas Delbanco's latest book, Lastingness: The Art of Old Age.
Delbanco examines artists who either. Books that come to mind for me are less about analyzing the 'creative process' and more about getting behind the scenes with different creative people--writers, artists, filmmakers, comedians.
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