Yeoland, Rosemary Hamilton Books
Rosemary Yeoland is a research University Associate in the European Languages and Studies department at the University of Tasmania. She has also taught part-time within this department.2008 0-7734-4860-8
This work situates itself in the intertextual domain of literature and music. It examines how the French homme de lettres, Camille Mauclair (1872-1945) made a significant contribution to the musical education of the Parisian public at the end of the nineteenth century. In French.
The first book to provide English reader access to this keyhole picture of life during the Belle-Époque
in France and the demise of the symbolist movement. This ambitious work delivers to the reader an exquisite translation of this unique fictionalized portrait of the elite artists, writers, critics, painters and composers living in Paris at that time.