(358) Because Truman had to devote much of his time to the research and writing of this novel, he wanted to be thorough. He was so proud of his work that he dubbe... ... middle of paper ... ...nent to every event, and the creative vision of an artist who can arrange his materials in such a manner that the reader is moved to pity, terror, joy, and sorrow. (237) Capote proved his excellence in writing by maintaining a firm grasp on his reader?s attention. In conclusion, In Cold Blood was a pioneer novel because it combined journalism with fiction techniques. It was very difficult for Truman Capote to write this novel because he had to gather massive amounts of data in order to make the book factual.
Tolkien’s love for mythology and his idea of creating a new language led him into making stories and tales that were in the Middle English language which took place in Old England. Tolkien always had an interest in academics because it gave a sense of stability. He loved to learn and use his skills of teaching and writing as a way of earning money. He is known for his dramatic recitations for Old English verse. (Jones 16) Many authors and literary writers were historians and geographers.
W. H. Auden W. H. Auden was a great writer and a significant poet who used his skills to influence others. Auden was from England, though he moved to the United States to build his career. He wrote poems, plays, songs, odes, and more. He lived a wonderful life, while using his talent in writing. Auden made writing a career, which was used to influence, teach, and entertain people.
He was a true scholar who put plenty of intellectual, yet eerie plots into all of his writings, which made him a fan favorite. He is so easily recognized by people by the creepy feeling you get when reading some of his poetry. Poe is easily a memorable poet in American history because of is intriguing life story, unforgettable death, mysterious work of literature “The Raven,” and his influence on the modern world of arts. To begin, Edgar Allan Poe had an interesting life that had several key events that inspired him to create the works of art he did. Poe was born and raised by his biological parents for only a short period of time until he was adopted by a childless couple.
Ray Bradbury No name typifies science fiction to the American public more than the name Ray Bradbury. For over forty years, he has been writing novels, short stories, poems, plays, and movie scripts that have long since kept him in the forefront of American literature. His stories become standard reading for many high school and college students. His literary style can best be described as "enchantment;" the way he captivates his readers with charm, bewitchment, and stunning verbal evocations. His visions of the past, future, and the present delight his readers.
Program music has become a staple of our modern musical listening diet in almost every genre from full orchestra to wind band to small jazz combo. One of the most prominent examples of program music is Richard Strauss’s tone poem Don Quixote. This tone poem tells the story of Miguel de Cevantes Saavedra’s novel The Adventures of Don Quixote. The story of the hero Don Quixote is one of insanity and delusion that Strauss was able to depict very well. Don Quixote was a middle aged man that read too many books about knights and their heroic deeds.
He soon found England to be what he needed. There he could grow into a musician. He had the people and resources to become a virtuoso. Handel was able to write amazing things, and reach, as well as make a bridge between, multiple kinds of people with his music. The lifelong habit of improvisation was linked with Handel’s method of composition.
His love for nature and music began to coincide. At the age of 15 Elgar has aspirations of moving to Germany to compose music, but due to the lack of money he was not able to. Instead, he began working as solicitor which he despised. After several months Elgar quit his job and began teaching music lessons. Often times he played violin and composed for the Worcester Glee club.
A young composer by the name of Michael Kamen passed away at 55. He had the pleasure of conducting The London Philharmonic Orchestra, and The San Francisco Symphony. He aspired to share creative energy with rock legends such as Pink Floyd, Rod Stewart, & Eric Clapton. In 2002 it was his talent that kept the world company during the winter Olympics. In the late 1980s alternative rock was working at creating symphonies of its own.
The Philosophy of James Patterson James Patterson should be included in an anthology because he has mastered the art of description and plot. Heâ€™s capable of creating lives in his books like no other author from past or present. He has created a fictional world inside of his Alex Cross series, where many fans of his like to live. With each new book he can fill a mind with unbelievable detail and imagery. A small two book series, nicknamed the â€œbird booksâ€?, blew away many critics.