An Object of Beauty
A NovelLarge Print - 2010
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daymakerdave Feb 15, 2011
This is the first book I've read by the legend of comedy. This book goes deep into the world of high-end art dealing in New York from the 90's to present. As an artist I found it fascinating but not exactly compelling. The characters are average and the plot isn't exactly riveting, but all in all... Read More »
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The downtown men were tolerable because Lacey always viewed them as short term. The uptown men were intolerable because they were presenting themselves as long term. And there was always something fishy about them. She knew what a struggling artist was, she knew what a deejay was. But what was someone in finance? Her worst dates were those on which the other party tried to explain what he did, which was usually prefaced by "This is really boring, but..." and then the explanation would be reeled out in detail. Once, Lacey responded, "You lied when you said it was boring. You should have said it was beyond boring."
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