Times critic, a pot-smoking Brit theater legend, and his lonely, lovelorn assistant. They infiltrate each other’s lives with a growling intensity tempered by Bram’s dry wit. To his credit, these snappy back-and-forths come across as self-conscious, not self-centered. And that leaves ”Animals” lively, useful, whip-smart.
Lives of the Circus AnimalsLives of the Circus AnimalsFictionChristopher Bram2003-10-03
Genre: Fiction; Author: Christopher Bram
Posted October 3 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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