Corpus ID: 191127906

The Ebony Tower

@inproceedings{Fowles1974TheET,
  title={The Ebony Tower},
  author={John B. Fowles},
  year={1974}
}
"The Ebony Tower" is a series of novellas, rich in imagery, exploring the nature of art. In the title story, a journalist visiting a celebrated but reclusive painter is intrigued by the elderly artist's relationship with two beautiful young women. John Fowles reputation as a master storyteller was further advanced by this collection, which echoed themes and preoccupations from his other books. 
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