Three new biographies that retell the lives but don't explain the creativity
New biographies retell the lives of three artists but don't explain how they turned their lives into art.
From a June 2000 NYT mini-profile of the man tapped to become Hillary's deputy at State: --To outsiders, he gives the impression of being a friendly, relaxed sort, but associates know, and occasionally fear, his intensity. His temper has scared away potential colleagues and shortened the tenures of several assistants. --Mr. Steinberg cut his teeth on local politics in Boston, where he grew up. His father was a jeweler; his mother a homemaker. He received his law degree from Yale and worked for Mayor Kevin White of Boston in the 1970's and on the Congressional campaigns of the Rev. Robert F.