Benjamin Ivry has written biographies of Francis Poulenc, Maurice Ravel and Arthur Rimbaud and has translated many books from French.

Memorial of Ludwig van Beethoven in Vienna (photo: iStock)
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Benjamin IvryMay 29, 2020
For a solution, it is best to experience how Beethoven’s works sound.
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Benjamin IvryDecember 02, 2019
In his new book, Christopher Steck recommends a relationship of kinship to animals rather than one of dominion or stewardship.
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Benjamin IvrySeptember 20, 2019
The Life of Saint Teresa of Ávila is termed an “autohagiography,” a self-justification of saintliness, by Carlos Eire, a professor of history and religious studies at Yale University.
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Benjamin IvryJuly 16, 2019
During her lifetime, poetry turned into a vocation that helped Marie Ponsot achieve her true essence.
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Benjamin IvryOctober 05, 2018
Karen J. Johnson focuses on the minority of white Catholics who felt that racial equality was a moral and religious, not merely political, issue.