Originally published in 1960 and out of print for many years, The Labyrinth is Saul Steinberg's most significant single volume collection. It has now at long last been reissued in a this superb hardcover edition from New York Review of Books, which features a new introduction by Nicholson Baker, along with an afterword by Harold Rosenberg and new notes on the artwork from by Sheila Schwartz, the Research and Archives Director of The Saul Steinberg Foundation. Steinberg's oeuvre is unique, straddling the worlds of comics, illustration and gallery art while providing a window on the process of creative thought in line.
The definitive account of the early jazz scene -- and much more...
An unforgettable reading experience that opens new perspectives on American history and cultural life.
Now, at last, back in print from New York Review Books!