The Lesson of the Master

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Martin Secker, 1915 - 117 pages

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User Review  - stillatim - LibraryThing

"So, MFA class, what did you think of this?" "Well, I don't like how he starts it. I mean, we don't really get to know Paul Overt very much, right, and those first few sentences are just so confusing ... Read full review

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A young writer, Paul Overt, befriends St. George, a famous master whose later work, while popular, is less artistically strong. Enmeshed in their social dance are St. George’s wife, who it becomes ... Read full review


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