I was at Barnes and Nobles (bookstore) last night. As I was walking past a shelf full of bargain rate classics (everything from "The Odyssey" to "Catcher in the Rye" and beyond) I noticed a familiar face.
Franz List, a very young Franz Liszt, was staring at me from one of the book covers. I went to investigate, wondering who wrote a famous classic on Liszt.
When I looked, it turned out to be Oscar Wilde’s “Portrait of Dorian Gray”!
Randy (local Oscar Wilde expert), what do the book publishers know that I don’t? I recently read a bio of Liszt and didn’t read quite like Dorian……