Books by William G. Atwood

THE PARISIAN WORLDS OF FREDERIC CHOPIN by William G. Atwood
NON-FICTION
Released: Dec. 1, 1999

"For lovers of the city as well as fans of Chopin, the countless scenes of the Parisian world—with their photographic clarity and robust characterizations—offer a delightful flashback to a time long gone but well-remembered. (151 illus.)"
"An artist, a man has no home in Europe save in Paris": Nietzsche's maxim could well serve as the epigraph to this scintillating biography of Chopin and his life in the French capital, in which Atwood depicts the joys of the city in as roseate a light as his hero's talents. Read full book review >