New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1994. First edition. 269 pages. Item #2162
Very good condition in a very good dust jacket.
In Mosaic, Kirstein's shapes his memories into the compelling story of a young man's quest to fuse his various roles into a unified self while searching for a vocation. Scenes of his life move from mansions of Boston, bars of Brooklyn, Gurdjieff and Fontainebleau, the brothels of Marrakesh and finally to Paris to bring choreographer George Balanchine to the U.S.
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