Month: October 2011

William Cole's January 2011 essay on 'I Died for Beauty'

I Died for Beauty is a meditation on a question that composers often ask themselves – what is beautiful? That same question was evidently foremost in the creative mind of American poet Emily Dickinson, who in her poetry offers a series of definitions for what we find beautiful. I became interested in the possibility of …

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