Walter Mosley | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Lucretia Stewart

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Walter Mosley.
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Critical Review by Lucretia Stewart

SOURCE: Stewart, Lucretia. “Lit Lite.” Los Angeles Times Book Review (25 October 1998): 9.

In the following review, Stewart comments that Mosley's experiment with speculative fiction in Blue Light will be a disappointment for readers who enjoy Mosley's crime novels.

Imagine that you have tickets for a concert given by one of your all-time great rock idols—Bob Dylan, say, or Bruce Springsteen. You've been waiting for weeks to hear Bob—or Bruce—play one of your favorite numbers, one of his seminal songs: “Mr. Tambourine Man,” perhaps, or “Born in the U.S.A.” Instead, the great man comes on and announces that recently he has been very influenced by the work of Philip Glass and that he is looking forward to sharing that...

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