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A sculpture of words
Very seldom does a literary work about art rise to such a challenge that it equals, if not surpasses the art that it seeks to describe. This book stands as a meritorious example of what the best books about art may only hope to achieve. Despite its existence as a translation, the translator has managed to suffuse this work with all of the art of the original. This book should be included in the library of any that choose to expand their knowledge of Rodin, of sculpture, or of art in general.