Kingsley Amis described Paul Johnson's "Intellectuals" as "a
valuable and entertaining Rogues' Gallery of "Adventures of the
Mind."" Now the celebrated journalist and historian offers
"Creators," a companion volume of essays that examines a host of
outstanding and prolific creative spirits. Here are Disney,
Picasso, Bach, and Shakespeare; Austen, Twain, and T. S. Eliot; and
Durer, Hokusai, Pugin, and Viollet-le-Duc, among many others.
Paul Johnson believes that creation cannot be satisfactorily
analyzed, but it can be illustrated to bring out its salient
characteristics. That is the purpose of this instructive and witty
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