The tone of Talbot's prose is a straightforward one. He doesn't tend toward hyperbole or sensationalism. He tends to tell the stories in a rather matter-of-fact manner, but he doesn't do so in a cold, detached tone either. There's calmness to his words, with a hint of bemusement emerging at times. There's never any bitterness in his words, and when he includes himself in a tale, there's a definite sense of humility at play. Though he tells a few stories about personality conflicts and grudges, Talbot himself offers no judgments. Even the moments of baser human behavior or bodily functions are presented with a kind-hearted touch. At its worst,The Naked Artistcomes off as silly rather than scandalous. Read Full Review
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