The one saving grace of Kundera'snbook is that it is not pretentious andnthat he at least makes a sincere effortnto examine issues and paradoxes thatnothers may find interesting. The samencannot be said for W. M. Spackman's AnPresence with Secrets. Spackman'snnovel reads like a Barbara Cartlandndimestore romance, yet . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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