[mahy-er] /ˈmaɪ ər/ (Show IPA), 1888–1965, U.S. historian.
his son, Arthur Meier, Jr. 1917–2007, U.S. historian and writer.
John Richard, 1926–2003, English film director.
Schlesinger said he was not familiar with studies showing health spending growing at historically low rates.
GOP Shies Away From Obamacare Repeal Kaiser Health News August 24, 2014
Throughout, we see Schlesinger navigating the blurry lines of historian, participant, observer, and observee.
The Man with the President’s Ear, Arthur Schlesinger Jr. and JFK Ted Widmer October 26, 2013
After wandering into the room where Jackie was making the recording, Schlesinger asked the 3-year-old about what happened to JFK.
8 Most Fascinating Jackie Moments Alex Berg September 13, 2011
Neither White nor Sorensen nor Schlesinger deserve blanket condemnations.
How the Left Spun the Kennedy Myth Ira Stoll November 9, 2013
Schlesinger spends his time sculpting—and several ceramic works can now be seen alongside the photographs in his new show.
Peter Schlesinger, David Hockney’s Muse, Shows New Works in L.A. Isabel Wilkinson January 26, 2012
Gutmann says that Chopin on his return from Majorca asked Schlesinger for better terms.
Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician Frederick Niecks
It was published by Schlesinger in Berlin and Paris in 1822.
The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3) Alexander Wheelock Thayer
So we agreed to give Dr. Schlesinger an opportunity to convince us that he was a man of rare endowments, as he pretended to be.
Do the Dead Return? Anonymous
Dr. Schlesinger closed his eyes and appeared to fall into a light slumber.
Do the Dead Return? Anonymous
With joy he took leave of Schlesinger and his few Parisian intimates, and set out for Germany, his fatherland.
Wagner as I Knew Him Ferdinand Christian Wilhelm Praeger
John (Richard). 1926–2003, British film and theatre director. Films include Billy Liar (1963), Midnight Cowboy (1969), Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971), and Eye for an Eye (1995)
Arthur [ahr-ther;; German ahr-too r] /ˈɑr θər;; German ˈɑr tʊər/ (Show IPA), 1862–1931, Austrian dramatist and novelist. Historical Examples “Young Medardus” is Schnitzler’s most ambitious attempt at historical playwriting. The Lonely Way–Intermezzo–Countess Mizzie Arthur Schnitzler These are the main outlines of Schnitzler’s work as a dramatist. The Lonely Way–Intermezzo–Countess Mizzie Arthur Schnitzler What Schnitzler shows […]
Arthur [ahr-too r] /ˈɑr tʊər/ (Show IPA), 1788–1860, German philosopher. Contemporary Examples He blames the “hold-up” on an imaginary broker he calls (off the cuff) “Schopenhauer.” The Gem Trade’s Shady Characters Jonathan Blitzer May 12, 2009 For the philosophically minded, the reference to Schopenhauer is a clue as to what is happening to Bobby. The […]
Arthur Alfonso, 1874–1938, U.S. scholar and collector of books on black literature and history, born in Puerto Rico.
- Art song
a song intended primarily to be sung in recital, typically set to a poem, and having subtly interdependent vocal and piano parts. Historical Examples Almost all folk-music, indeed, exacts a vocal method of its interpreter quite distinct from that of the art song. The Merry-Go-Round Carl Van Vechten