It's a blog! Mainly of book reviews.
It occurs to me that what Cummings was doing in poetry is analogous to what was happening in fine art during the same period of history.
Knowing French might be helpful, but I'm getting the basic idea without - possiby losing some nuances.
These stories show a great capacity for capturing time, place and character. Highly evocative. On the whole I think I prefered the Depression era Alabama childhood stories to the more recently set ones, but the one set in a cemetary was great. This volume has made me take a wider interest in Capote's work.