Thomas J. Millay is a PhD student in Theology at Baylor University. He has written on Søren Kierkegaard, Fredric Jameson, and figural exegesis of ancient texts. His fiction includes a short story published in The Blotter, and his current project is a fictionalization of the life of Hubert Robert, the 18th-century painter of ruins.
Completing the Portrait: John Banville Tells Us What Isabel Archer Does Next
Thomas J. Millay reviews John Banville's "Mrs. Osmond," his continuation of "The Portrait of a Lady."...