T.C. Boyle
Share |

T.C. Boyle

the_women.jpgThe Women (Viking)

This richly layered conversation with T.C. Boyle centers on the subjects of art and arrogance. The Women is a biographical novel, a fiction derived from the life of Frank Lloyd Wright, focused particularly on Wright's up-and-down experiences with women. How to separate the arrogance of the artist from his art and, more to the point, more mischievously, how to separate bad-boy Boyle from bad-boy Wright, his subject?


Engage & Discuss

Further the conversation with your thoughts and comments. Agree, disagree, present a different perspective -- engage.

For information and guidelines click: Terms of Service | Privacy Policy

Please note, comments are moderated. KCRW reserves the right to edit and or remove posts deemed off-topic, abusive or not in accordance with KCRW's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.