Art Studies. Literary essays. Translated from the French by Cole Swensen. Jean Fremon writes about painters he loves, contemporary and otherwise, about writers, whose books are sometimes named, and who at other times stay unnamed. He visits each one at a crucial moment of his life, creating thus an essential and spiritual biography of each. The particular elegance of his writing and the form he uses make us privileged witnesses of his investigations.Jean FrAcmon. The first train. To take the first train after so much uncertainty, superstition, and self-abasement is almost comic. Thata#39;s how the book ends, the train, the landscape out the window, unfurling, changing with an insistent, nagging rhythm, mentally infinite, ... The notes gleaned from the cello were like single drops escaping from a faucet, slowly, the alto sketched a clearing that would then get ... It was winter here, too, but the sun, as it worked over the vestiges of snow along theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Real Life of Shadows|
|Publisher||:||Post Apollo Press - 2009|