Derisive diatribes about the state of the nation, nation states and swerving leftward
16 May 2013
The Moon and Sixpence
Following my short foray into Murakami's works, I read Somerset Maughum's The Moon and Sixpence. While I wouldn't rank this up there with On Human Bondage or The Razor's Edge (which I really loved), the writing is clever and the main character, which is based loosely on Gauguin, is memorable.