Nov 182012
 

LOGBOOKS—

What kind of man was Paul Bowles? A composer who wrote. A writer who composed. A man famous and respected enough in a small circle of cognoscenti but otherwise infamous for not being famous…a stubborn, lifetime American expat in Morocco but with little trace of an obvious political complaint…an orientalist manqué….a quietly arrogant enigma in its many contradictions—but are they? He obviously liked it that way. Continue reading »

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