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Who is Jacob Printz? Is he detached and cynical or warm and melancholic? In Maryann D’Agincourt’s latest novel, readers come to know Jacob through the eyes of Greta Hatler as the two travelers, separated by age and background, meet unexpectedly in the midst of their own personal sorrows in Paris. Impressions of Jacob rise to the surface through haunting memories of his younger sister, Catherine. As in much of D’Agincourt’s fiction, a character’s truth lies in his or her response to a work of art.