Van Gogh: his life and his art

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Crown Publishers, 1990 - Art - 391 pages

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Second-novelist Carti«r (the paperback Be-Bop, Re-Bop) writes- -in rhyming jive—about a woman who, trying to make it as a musician, supports herself emotionally by imagining two women jazz artists ... Read full review

Van Gogh: his life and his art

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In this deeply emotional novel, Cartier presents an intricate account of the experiences of a young pianist named Kat, who has developed composer's block and is in need of revelation. Kat finds it in ... Read full review

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