Alison McCulloch reivews Lynne Sharon Schwartz’s new novel, Two-Part Inventions in the New York Times.
Good artists imitate, great artists steal. So said Pablo Picasso. Or was it T. S. Eliot? By this logic, the British pianist Joyce Hatto was surely great: after her death in 2006 it was discovered that scores of recordings attributed to her were actually stolen from other performers. It was Hatto’s story, according to Schwartz’s author’s note, that was the spark for this novel, which...Forward