Andres Laszlo Jr.
Andres Laszlo Senior and Junior are/were both tall, well-built, charming, and handsome (especially Junior). Also, they are both writers (especially Senior) and avid collectors. Both have lived their lives well outside of “normality,” both started their literary careers by writing art books designed to promote their collections, and neither of them could really complain over the title of their family chronicles: The Tale(s) of Two Knaves. If you like one of them, you’ll probably like the other.
Andres Laszlo Sr., a mid-century feminist in the Paris’s ‘Bradley-circle’ – with titles such as Doña Juana (where Don Juan gets upstaged by a young girl); Mother Unknown (where the mother’s identity is unknown); Paco Never Fails (where the father of thousands realizes he is not the father of his wife’s child), and My Uncle Jacinto (where a womanless uncle/nephew relationship is explored – is being revived, upgraded and adapted (the main part of this article has been taken from Wikipedia ). More