Author: James Holden

James Holden is a writer working across the critical-creative divide. He is a specialist in British and European culture from the birth of Chopin in 1810 to the death of Monet in 1926. His published work includes In Search of Vinteuil: Music, Literature and a Self Regained (Sussex Academic Press, 2010). He is currently working on a philosophical reading of Romantic pianism. James also writes experimental prose and poetry. He is currently associated with the HOARD art project in Leeds.
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