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A biography of Carangi by Stephen Fried called Thing of Beauty ( the title of John Keats ' famous poem ) was published in 1993.
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( The only critical edition of Ibn Sina's autobiography, supplemented with material from a biography by his student Abu ' Ubayd al-Juzjani.
According to 20th-century scholar Walther Ludwig, the poems were spuriously inserted into an early biography of Plato sometime between 250 BC and 100 BC and adopted by later writers from this source.
* James S. Easby-Smith The Songs of Alcaeus ( 1901 ) W. H. Lowdermilk and Co., Washington-digitalized by Google: biography, history of criticisms, history of editions / publications, translations of fragments, commentary etc.
According to the biography, Penicillin Man: Alexander Fleming and the Antibiotic Revolution by Kevin Brown, Alexander Fleming, in a letter to his friend and colleague Andre Gratia, described this as " A wondrous fable.
There has only been one biography, written by Paul Allen, and this primarily covers his career in the theatre.
Common among the mislabeled works are all of the reasons identified for misattributing Cuyp ’ s works: the lack of biography and chronology of his works made it difficult to discern when paintings were created ( making it difficult to pinpoint an artist ); contentious signatures added to historians ’ confusion as to who actually painted the works ; and the collaborations and influences by different painters makes it hard to justify that a painting is genuinely that of Aelbert Cuyp ; and finally, accurate identification is made extremely difficult by the fact that this same style was copied ( rather accurately ) by his predecessor.
* Abraham Joshua Heschel: Prophetic Witness & Spiritual Radical: Abraham Joshua Heschel in America, 1940-1972, biography by Edward K. Kaplan ISBN 0-300-11540-7
The biography of Anthony's life by Athanasius of Alexandria helped to spread the concept of monasticism, particularly in Western Europe through Latin translations.
Translated to English by John Bester, the book was a biography of one of the last traditional Yakuza bosses in Japan.
Furthermore, John Murray believed that Disraeli had caricatured him and abused his confidence – an accusation denied at the time, and by the official biography, although subsequent biographers ( notably Blake ) have sided with Murray.
* Karl Benrath's German biography, translated into English by Helen Zimmern, with a preface by the Rev.
Luther's complaints against the book carried past the point of scholarly critique and may reflect Luther's antisemitism, which is disputed, such as in the biography of Luther by Derek Wilson, which points out that Luther's anger at the Jews was not at their race but at their theology.
In his biography of rock legend Elton John, Philip Norman recounted that by his early teens, John ( then known as Reg Dwight ) was wearing glasses " not because he needed them, but in homage to Buddy Holly.
Media reports immediately following his death indicated Haley displayed deranged and erratic behavior in his final weeks, although beyond a biography of Haley by John Swenson, released a year later, which described Haley painting the windows of his home black, there is little information extant about Haley's final days.
* A German-language biography was published soon after Haley's death, written by Peter Cornelsen and Harald D. Kain.
The latest biography of Khmelnytsky by Smoliy and Stepankov, however, challenges the 27 December date and suggests that it is more likely he was born on 9 November ( feast day of St Zenoby ,< ref >
* French translation by Edouard Chavannes of Sima Qian's biography of Confucius ( see pp. 283-435 ) in the Records of the Grand Historian
* Mary Baker Eddy: The Years of Discovery ; Mary Baker Eddy: The Years of Trial ; and Mary Baker Eddy: The Years of Authority comprise the three-volume biography of Eddy favored by Christian Scientists.
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His lifelong patronage of writers, musicians and actors prompted his modern editor Stephen May to term Oxford ' a nobleman with extraordinary intellectual interests and commitments ', whose biography exhibits a ' lifelong devotion to learning '.
The modern interpretation, following that of Louis Duchesne, who compiled the major scholarly edition, is that the Liber Pontificalis was gradually and unsystematically compiled, and that the authorship is impossible to determine, with a few exceptions ( e. g. the biography of Pope Stephen II ( 752 – 757 ) to papal " Primicerius " Christopher ; the biographies of Pope Nicholas I and Pope Adrian II ( 867 – 872 ) to Anastasius ).
Pope Adrian II ( 867 – 872 ) is the last pope for which there are extant manuscripts of the original Liber Pontificalis: the biographies of Pope John VIII, Pope Marinus I, and Pope Adrian III are missing and the biography of Pope Stephen V ( 885 – 891 ) is incomplete.
Stephen Gaukroger's biography of Descartes reports that " he had a deep religious faith as a Catholic, which he retained to his dying day, along with a resolute, passionate desire to discover the truth.
As an only child of well-to-do parents living in the San Remo on Central Park West, he is described in Meryle Secrest's biography, Stephen Sondheim: A Life, as having had an isolated and emotionally neglected childhood.
* Robion Kirby, Stephen Smale: The Mathematician Who Broke the Dimension Barrier, a book review of a biography in the Notices of the AMS.
In Lisa Rogak's unauthorized biography " Haunted Heart: The Life and Times of Stephen King ," an accusation is made that an old friend of King's, George McLeod, was delighted to read that King's story " The Body ," was dedicated to him.
On 24 January 2011 a new, authorised, biography – Boris Karloff: More Than a Monster by Stephen Jacobs – was published in the UK by Tomahawk Press.
His biographer Stephen Koss entitled the first chapter of his biography " From Herbert to Henry ", referring to upward social mobility and his abandonment of his Yorkshire Nonconformist roots with his second marriage.
In 1991, Steven C. Smith wrote a Herrmann biography titled A Heart at Fire's Center, a quotation from a favorite Stephen Spender poem of Herrmann's.
According to an unauthorized biography by Charles Winecoff, he had affairs with photographer Christopher Makos, actor Tab Hunter, dancer Rudolf Nureyev, composer / lyricist Stephen Sondheim and dancer-choreographer Grover Dale prior to marrying Berenson.
* I Dream of Jeanie ( 1952 ) aka I Dream of Jeanie ( with the Light Brown Hair ), a completely fictional film biography of Stephen Foster.
The Duke's early life is dramatised in Stephen Poliakoff's 2003 television serial The Lost Prince, a biography of the life of the Duke's younger brother John, who suffered from epilepsy, was isolated from most of the family and also kept away from public gaze, and who died at the age of 13.
Stephen Calvert, which appeared only in serialized form and in the posthumous 1815 biography, remained little-read until the end of the 20th century, but is notable as the first US novel to thematize same-sex sexuality.