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eBook: London Triptych by Jonathan Kemp

Winner - QRG Best Book (Fiction) 2010 Winner - Authors' Club Best First Novel Award 2010 Shortlisted - Polari First Book Prize 2010 Shortlisted - The Green Carnation Prize - 2010 Three men, three lives and three eras sinuously entwine in a dark, startling and unsettling narrative of sex, exploitation and dependence set against London's strangely constant gay underworld. "London Triptych is, hands down, the most heart-wrenching and profound piece of literature I have read this year." - Pink Sheep Cafe
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Jack Rose begins his apprenticeship as a rent boy with Alfred Taylor in the 1890s, and finds a life of pleasure and excess leads him to new friendships — most notably with the soon-to-be infamous Oscar Wilde. A century later, David tells his own tale of unashamed decadence while waiting to be released from prison, addressing his story to the lover who betrayed him. Where their paths cross, in the politically sensitive 1950s, the artist Colin Read tentatively explores his sexuality as he draws in preparation for his most ambitious painting yet — ‘London Triptych’. Rent boys, aristocrats, artists and felons populate this bold debut as Jonathan Kemp skilfully interweaves the lives and loves of three very different men across the decades. "London Triptych comes as close to what I would call a complete work of art as anything I have encountered so far this century... Kemp’s writing is gorgeous, clear and confident with a rich vein of metaphor, often approaching the poetic, yet never becoming overly effusive or strained. Seldom has a debut novel been so well organized or cleverly thought out with such near-perfect economy of expression, eschewing the inessential so as to evoke a world like no other." - Erotica for the Big Brain Ebook: 256 pages Publisher: Myriad Editions (2010) Language: English
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SKU ZTRIPT
ISBN 978-0-956792-69-3
Manufacturer Myriad
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