(Fourth Estate, 2005)
Gathering her followers in the darkness of the mythic forest, a self-proclaimed female Christ becomes the focus of an apocalyptic Victorian bohemia.
‘No one who is interested in the complexity of our society…could fail to be thrilled and quite possibly entranced by this remarkable volume’.
Robert McCrum, The Observer.
Today's Dürer is the melancholy artist, bent over his art; a creative, modernist state for him and James Joyce and… t.co/xItx6FEQMF