The Blazing World - Oswald Case (written statement)/Rachel Briefman Summary & Analysis

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Oswald Case

Oswald Case writes that he was nicknamed ‘the crawler’ but that his column for Blitz was titled, Head Case. He is a gossip columnist for the art scene, and is obviously conceited and self serving in nature. In this written statement he speaks about being given the assignment to cover a new work by Anton Tisch, who had created a huge installation piece called, The History of Western Art. In his statement he swears that while Harriet might have nurtured the artists that the claim that she WAS the actual artist is ludacris. He gives a lot of evidence that, in his mind, points to the fact that Harriet didn’t do the work. He goes on to insinuate that Harriet kept Tisch around as a sexual plaything.

Rachel Briefman

This is another written statement about Harriet...

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