In Robert Stone’s 1986 novel, Children of Light, the heroine, a Hollywood actress, encounters a Mexican avant-garde painter who has sold some paintings to an American department store. Agonizing over his sellout, the artist confesses that he’s never “spoken the truth in English,” and wonders whether such a thing is even possible. “Oh yes,” (...)
February 09, 2007
The Spring of His Discontent
Prime GreenRemembering the SixtiesRobert StoneEcco, $25.95, 240 pp.
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