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Tonight at noon : a love story

Author: Sue Mingus
Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"In Tonight at Noon, Sue Graham Mingus gives us an honest memoir of a romance between American opposites: she, a product of privilege, a former midwestern WASP debutante and Smith College graduate who worked as a journalist in Europe and in New York; he, an authentic jazz titan, a brilliant, eccentric, difficult artist, a scion of Watts, Los Angeles, who would become one of America's foremost composers.".
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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mingus, Sue.
Tonight at noon.
New York : Pantheon Books c2002
(OCoLC)639444743
Named Person: Charles Mingus; Sue Mingus; Charles Mingus; Sue Mingus; Charles Mingus; Sue Mingus
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sue Mingus
ISBN: 0375421157 9780375421150
OCLC Number: 48501279
Description: 266 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: Sue Graham Mingus.
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"In Tonight at Noon, Sue Graham Mingus gives us an honest memoir of a romance between American opposites: she, a product of privilege, a former midwestern WASP debutante and Smith College graduate who worked as a journalist in Europe and in New York; he, an authentic jazz titan, a brilliant, eccentric, difficult artist, a scion of Watts, Los Angeles, who would become one of America's foremost composers.".

"Charles Mingus's improbable love for Sue Graham, his unpredictable confrontations, excesses, and exaggerations, drew her into a bewildering world, one where jazz and art were magnificent obsessions but were refracted, as was everything else, through Charles's individualistic interpretation of life itself. It was a world that was as exotic and rapturous, as hostile, enlightening, and baffling, as any far-off country."--Cover.

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