"One hopes that Kirstein's elliptical ending is the promise of another volume to complete his colorful mosaic."
This memoir by the octogenarian Kirstein (Portrait of Mr. B, 1984) displays a Proustian sensibility in its wholesale allegiance to art and the senses and in its nostalgic tableau vivant of times and places past.
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