Max Porter's book is a fragmentary, poetic reinterpretation of Francis Bacon's last days in Madrid. In seven chapters, "Untitled," he invites the reader to experience the painter's examination of his extraordinary life and work. (Employing a lyrical and haunting language, Max Porter draws near to the artist.)
MAX PORTER (*1981) studied art history and worked as a freelance bookseller and editor. His internationally acclaimed debut novel, Grief is the Thing with Feathers, was the winner of several awards.
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