Correction notices and new discoveries
“Standout…a must read for anyone interested in the following fascinating topics: early twentieth century literary and visual modernism; the interface of those two arts in this period; the artistic expat counterculture in Paris, and particularly the circles around Natalie Barney and Gertrude Stein; the complexity of interwar political ideologies; the transformative social and cultural effects of LGTB art; and new directions in life writing in the present era.” Artemis Leontis, Professor of Classical Studies, University of Michigan
Romaine Brooks: A Life was published in October 2015 by the University of Wisconsin Press. This page furnishes readers and scholars with timely corrections and updates to the book.
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March 10, 2016
Regarding the rapprochement of Eva Palmer-Sikelianos and Natalie Barney
The glossary of names (p. 231) states incorrectly that EPS and NCB reestablished their friendship just before World War I. Their rapprochement occurred just before World War II.