||The memoirs of the French-born American critic, scholar, and novelist George Steiner. "Errata" is a collection of remembered thoughts on the author's personal conflicts with Judaism, music, teaching, literature, God, and other topics. Much more than biography, these memoirs serve to bring readers into direct contact with the psyche of the author.
||George Steiner, one of the great literary minds of our century, here relates the story of his own life and the ways that people, places, and events have colored the central ideas and themes of his work. Brilliant and witty, his memoir reveals Steiner's thoughts on the meaning of the western tradition and its philosophic and religious premises.
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||Relates the events of the author's life, and examines how the people, places, and events he experienced have colored the central ideas and themes of his work