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My Heroin Christmas

Terry Castle: Art Pepper and Me, 18 December 2003

... the Goncourts weren’t helping much either. Apart from reprising Diderot’s great line on the Boucher portraits – ‘they have everything, Monsieur, but the truth’ – the brothers seemed strangely dull: more feeble and syphilitic than I remembered. Perhaps it was true: I was tiring of the 18th century. For twenty years it had been my academic meal ...

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