Biography: A Brief History
Biographer Nigel Hamilton talked about his book Biography: A Brief History, published by Harvard University Press. He described the historical evolution of the biography from the written word to film and television. The author talked about the ways people have recorded their own and others' lives and the difficulties of the practice. Mr. Hamilton also responded to questions from the audience. close
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