Beethoven, Letters, Journals, and ConversationsBook - 1984
Biographies, whether strictly factual or semi-fictitious, can never be wholly objective; for already by arranging and presenting his facts, the biographer is bound to emphasize those aspects of his subject which he considers more important than others, to evaluate and to interpret. The purpose of this present upon which he may construct his own biography of Beethoven.
Publisher: New York : Thames and Hudson, 1984, c1951
Branch Call Number: B B393a1
Characteristics: 281 p. : ill. ; 22 cm