3 edition of Bernstein on homosexuality found in the catalog.
Bernstein on homosexuality
|Other titles||Die Neue Zeit.|
|Statement||(translated by Angela Clifford).|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
Bernstein — winner of the Award for Best Scholarship on the Subject of Intolerance, awarded by the Gustaves Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights in North America — discusses the myths surrounding homosexuality, accepting the news, parents who speak out, public figures who have gay children, and more/5(8). A letter written by Felicia, acknowledging Bernstein’s homosexuality, found place in the book ‘The Leonard Bernstein Letters.’ In the letter to her husband, Felicia acknowledged the fact that Bernstein was a homosexual man and possibly would never change.
kirkus review The challenges of living with a flamboyant, self-centered, and brilliant father. Making her literary debut, broadcaster and filmmaker Bernstein offers an intimate, gossipy, and candid memoir of growing up the eldest child of renowned conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein (). Jamie Bernstein has described her newly minted book,Famous Father Girl: A Memoir of Growing Up Bernstein (Harper Collins, ISBN ), as "a love letter to my whole family" (/article Author: Erica Miner.
Humphrey Burton was a friend and professional colleague of Leonard Bernstein for thirty years. He read music and history at Cambridge University and joined the BBC in , becoming its first head of music and arts programs a decade later, and in founding and hosting the BBC Young Musician of the Year : Faber and Faber. Aside from affairs with men, he was away as he was focused on touring. But when he was home, he was present. In her book, Famous Father Girl: A Memoir of Growing Up Bernstein, Bernstein’s eldest daughter recounts how she and her siblings were mesmerized by their genius dad who exposed them to poetry, music, and Hebrew lessons. : Arielle Kaplan.
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Leonard Bernstein (/ ˈ b ɜːr n s t aɪ n / BURN-styne; Aug – Octo ) was an American composer, conductor, author, music lecturer, and pianist.
He was among the first conductors born and educated in the U.S. to receive worldwide acclaim. According to music critic Donal Henahan, he was "one of the most prodigiously talented and successful musicians in American history.". To all we know about Leonard Bernstein, add this: Not only did the “West Side Story” composer kiss everyone on the lips, but he used his tongue, too — even on his daughter.
“It was a kind. Inwunderkind conductor Leonard Bernstein married the beautiful actress Felicia Montealegre. But was it a marriage of convenience. In this revealing letter, perhaps from around the Author: Felicia Bernstein. Leonard Bernstein Through His Daughter’s Eyes.
In the year of Leonard Bernstein’s centenary, with its worldwide celebrations, this book is a startling inside view—not a corrective. Best Book of -- NPR, Library Journal. The oldest daughter of revered composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein offers a rare look at her father on the centennial of his birth in a deeply intimate and broadly evocative memoir/5().
For the volume of letters, of them in a book of almost that many pages, Simeone said he had sifted through s in the U.S. Library of Congress written by the prolific Bernstein, with.
The composer Jack Gottlieb, a former assistant to Bernstein, wrote in his recent book, Working With Bernstein, that the music of A Quiet Place 'was no longer ironic commentary (on pop conventions. Bernstein on homosexuality book Leonard Bernstein with his daughter Jamie, who has penned a book about her father, in New York City in ‘The intrusion of Daddy’s tongue was an occasion less for revulsion and more for.
Bogart passed away in at age 57 from cancer. The couple shared two children. Bernstein stressed Bacall was far from a recluse and instead, enjoyed her life beyond Hollywood’s glitz and : Stephanie Nolasco.
Straight Parents, Gay Children is a survival guide for all parents who wish to help their gay children cope with the inevitable cruelty from which they cannot hide.
This revised and updated edition includes an introduction by Robert MacNeil of MacNeil/Lehrer Productions and a foreword by Candace Gingrich, author of The Accidental Activist "Bob /5(26). Mary Bernstein is professor of sociology at the University of Connecticut.
She publishes broadly in the fields of social movements, politics, race, gender, and law with a focus on LGBTQ social movements and on gun violence prevention : Mary Bernstein. Defense of Homosexuality: “MILLIONS OF QUEERS (Our Homo America)” Researchers have discovered a previously unknown page manuscript defending homosexuality.
The scholars have also documented the remarkable life of its author, a gay Jewish World War II veteran, Allen Bernstein. The irony is that homosexuality proved to be an agonizing dilemma for Leonard Bernstein, both because it left him wracked with seizures of guilt (as a young man, he spoke of having "a canker in my soul") and because it forced him to lead a life of hypocrisy in order to achieve his main professional goal, the musical directorship of a major.
Bernstein -- winner of the Award for Best Scholarship on the Subject of Intolerance, awarded by the Gustaves Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights in North America -- discusses the myths surrounding homosexuality, accepting the news, parents who speak out, public figures 5/5(5).
Professionally, however, Bernstein felt that his homosexuality was a curse. He underwent psycho-analysis with Hungarian-born Dr. Sandor Rado, whose specialty was "curing" homosexual men of their "inversion".
Bernstein felt marriage could “save” him from a homosexual life style. (A personal. Synopsis. Leonard Bernstein was born on Augin Lawrence, Massachusetts. Flamboyant, inspired and voracious in his conducting style, Bernstein got his big break conducting the New York Born: Although Peyser does not write a hagiography of Leonard Bernstein as some of his fans would prefer, neither does she tear him apart unfairly.
I adore Leonard Bernstein. Yet finding out he was an egomaniac who pouted when he wasn't the center of attention does not take away my insane love for his talent, showmanship, and bravery/5.
Mr. Bernstein's private life, long the subject of rumors in the musical world, became an open book in when his homosexuality was brought to wide public attention by. His compelling narrative captures Bernstein's high-spirited vitality on the page, providing a frank account of his homosexuality and his marriage and chronicling the lifelong conflict between the rival claims of Bernstein's conducting and composing careers.
'Burton's style is spare and unobtrusive: the picture he paints is a vivid one. Bernstein seems to be an early adopter of a reverse discourse that reclaimed terms most often used by others with negative connotations. At a minimum, his use of these terms acts to neutralize them.
Bernstein’s most significant writings on homosexuality constitute fascinating documents of homosexual American history. A Pervert Talks Back. Free Online Library: Bernstein, homophobia, historiography.(Leonard Bernstein, Report) by "Women & Music"; Women's issues/gender studies Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Gay musicians Beliefs, opinions and attitudes Homophobia Analysis.The attacks center on the fact that it is, apparently, the first of the several books on Bernstein to speak frankly and in detail about his homosexuality—or, more accurately, about the promiscuously homosexual side of the bisexual life he has led ever since adolescence.
Straight Parents, Gay Children is Robert Bernstein's Straight Parents, Gay Children book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Straight Parents, Gay Children is Robert Bernstein's moving account of how he came to terms with his daughter's homosexuality and how the experience has enriched his life/5.