Author Archives: Robert Fields
Roger Pearson’s Review of Two Outstanding Biographies of Marcel Proust
William C. Carter Jean-Yves Tadié Life Was Art, Art Was Life – The New York Times
The world, when viewed from Paris, appears to be essentially different than it was when seen from London, New York or Tokyo. Life experienced in a francophone world is unique.
Many writers, sculptors and painters from England and other countries in the world believed that residing in Paris and in Provence was necessary for them to reach their highest level of artistic creation. After moving to Paris or to the … Continue reading