Richard Ford upstages his main character in a way that a writer like Balzac or Bellow never did.
Richard Ford upstages his main character in a way that a writer like Balzac or Bellow never did. Courtesy photo
Richard Ford upstages his main character in a way that a writer like Balzac or Bellow never did. Courtesy photo

Richard Ford’s latest rendition of Frank Bascombe’s exploits emotionally, ethically hollow

January 25, 2015 07:56 AM