Philosophy with Onbester

Writers have long been envious of the visual language of painters. Yet &ldquo;We don&rsquo;t read Maupassant for the colors, or Zola for the lighting,&rdquo; says <strong>Julian Barnes</strong>

Writers have long been envious of the visual language of painters. Yet “We don’t read Maupassant for the colors, or Zola for the lighting,” says Julian BarnesContinue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily Full article:Writers have long been envious of the visual language of painters. Yet &ldquo;We don&rsquo;t read Maupassant for the colors, or Zola for the lighting,&rdquo; says <strong>Julian Barnes</strong> Read more [...]
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