Review: The Great Man by Kate Christensen

Today, in January Magazine’s fiction section, contributing editor Tony Buchsbaum looks at The Great Man by Kate Christensen. Says Buchsbaum:

The action here begins when two biographers set about writing about Oscar and his work as a contemporary artist. They start sniffing around, approaching Abigail, Teddy and Maxine for eyewitness-type interviews. At first, the women love the attention, finding it remarkable that two such different men would be interested in committing Oscar’s life to paper. But then they begin to see that the stories they know and tell about Oscar will quickly conflict with one another. Soon enough, this leads to what amounts to historic meetings and unexpected alliances that both surprise and delight each of them.

The full review is here.

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