New York: Delacorte, 1987.
One of Vonnegut's charming rambles through recent history.
The hero is a major player In the Abstract Expressionist art scene of New York's 1950s, who has acquired a staggering collection of his contemporaries' works, while his own masterpieces only fall to pieces.
Vonnegut's sly, but forgiving, portrait of the art world.
Hardcover, with slight creasing to jacket.