Ticknor & Fields, 1994 - 346 ページ
In London, Claire's daughter Rachel is raped. Impregnated, she keeps her child. Claude, a New York art editor, arrives in London, where he meets Claire and Rachel. When Claire sees a reference to a mysterious Renaissance painting, she and Rachel travel to Italy and Russia--where Claude's destiny is forever linked to theirs. "The most hypnotic novelist of his generation".--Alfred Corn.
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