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by Marcel Proust
In The Fugitive the sixth volume of Marcel Proust's monumental, seven volume Remembrance of Things Past, Albertine has finally made her escape...
by Maya Angelou
An unforgettable memoir of growing up black in the 1930s and 1940s in a tiny Arkansas town where Angelou's grandmother's store was the heart of the community and white people seemed as strange as aliens from another planet.
by Darren Henley
The lives and music of the great composers of classical music unfold in this entertaining account, introduced by the conductor and musical personality Marin Alsop....
by Timothy B. Shutt
By near universal agreement, Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy stands very high among the greatest literary works ever written. This may come as a surprise, because Dante is best known for the Inferno, the first cantica of the Commedia, which is, by any standard, fairly grim in some respects.
by Michael Drout
Had Geoffrey Chaucer not written, or not written so well, the last 600 years of English literature would have been decidedly different. His creative style and use of language served as one of the primary foundations on which later writers built.
Images of the tormented artist, poet, painter and composer are familiar. but is there really a link between madness and art?
by Timothy B. Shutt
C. S. Lewis produced a body of work as diverse as it is beloved. He is known the world over for his cherished Chronicles of Narnia, but he is also the author of novels for adults, scholarly work, and the writings that rival his Narnia series in terms of continued popularity: his eloquent defences of Christianity.
by Julia Cameron
Everyone is capable of creativity - not just the chosen few. In this inspiring audio Julia Cameron...
by Jeremy Siepmann
For many people, Beethoven is the greatest composer who ever lived...
by Nicolas Soames
Here are the stories of nine people whose energy, imagination, courage, and determination changed the world. From Christopher Columbus who set off into unknown seas...