Tag: Kay Boyle
‘To Revive the Wind’, on René Crevel’s ‘Babylon’.
“Summer. The grandfather and the mother had to remain in Paris because of their work. The grandmother settled in with her grand-daughter on the family property in the Seine-et-Oise. Queen of a box-bordered garden, the old lady drenched her roses with a syringe, as if those persnickety creatures had need of a clyster to preserve the pretty colour, the natural…