• When The Dog Bites, When The Bee Stings

    · By David Katznelson

    There are those artists who late in their career not only continued to evolve, but boldly go where few had gone before. Paul Cézanne, for instance, went from being a giant of the Impressionist movement to a prophet of the abstract era with his canvases devoted to his painting the air. James Joyce, whose writing style never was an easy one, finished his career with Finnegan’s Wake, still considered one of the most difficult books to read…where he took some of the strategies he employed when writing Ulysses and stretched and kneaded them out, blowing up the literary. So now let’s talk about...