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This revelatory Princeton University Press coffee-table book serves as the companion volume to the Tate Gallery's eponymous exhibit, the first major London show devoted to Paul Gauguin in over half a century. Gauguin specialist Belinda Thomson, the curator of the exhibition, presides over this fresh reexamination of the artist's narrative strategies. Her commentary and the book's extensive illustrations are supplemented by essays from half a dozen scholars. Authoritative; surely one of the gifts of the season. Editor's recommendation.