Literary

5 Days of Oscar Wilde – 4: The Grosvenor Gallery, 1877

That ‘Art is long and life is short’ is a truth which every one feels, or ought to feel; yet surely those who were in London last May, and had in one week the opportunities of hearing Rubenstein play the Sonata Impassionata, of seeing Wagner conduct the Spinning-Wheel Chorus from the Flying Dutchman, and of studying art at the Grosvenor Gallery, have very little to complain of as regards human existence and art-pleasures.

Literary

Review: Letters to Strabo by David Smith

I recently reviewed David Smith's Love in Lindfield and I've just finished his Letters to Strabo. Although the former was a fun read, the latter is definitely more my style and I really enjoyed the adventure. As Finn's mother dies, he promises that he'll find out what really happened to his father, a man Finn… Continue reading Review: Letters to Strabo by David Smith