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A keen satirical look at the world of art and museums by the author of the modern classic, Catch-22.
What makes this book stand out?
It is a "novel, " but it is also a kind of weird historiography as well; it spans ancient Greek and Renaissance Europe, with Aristotle and Rembrandt and Socrates as its characters.
Read it for
The plot has a fairly ingenious discussion of state politics, art, philosophy, and capitalism.
Don't read it for
There is not a patch so much of a central storyline.