Harding, James

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HARDING, James. British, b. 1929. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Music, Biography. Career: University of Greenwich, senior lecturer in French, 1966-94. Publications: Saint-Saens and His Circle, 1965; Sacha Guitry, The Last Boulevardier, 1968; The Duke of Wellington, 1968; Massenet, 1970; The Astonishing Adventure of General Boulanger, 1971; Rossini, 1971; The Ox on the Roof, 1972; Gounod, 1973; Lost Illusions: Paul Leautaud and His World, 1974; Erik Satie, 1975; (trans.) Poulenc: My Friends and Myself, 1978; Folies de Paris: The Rise and Fall of French Operetta, 1979; Offenbach, 1980; Maurice Chevalier, 1982; Jacques Tati: Frame by Frame, 1984; James Agate, 1986; Ivor Novello, 1987; The Rocky Horror Show Book, 1987; Cochran, 1988; Gerald du Maurier, 1989; George Robey and the Music Hall, 1991; Emlyn Williams: A Life, 1993; P. Ramlee, The Bright Star, 2002. EDITOR: The Maid of Sker, 1968; Lord Chesterfield's Letters to His Son, 1973. Address: 100 Ridgmount Gardens, Torrington Pl, London WC1E 7AZ, England.

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