Lapham in Wonderland
On the trail of the Beatles in search of enlightenment.
May 8, 2006, Vol. 11, No. 32 • By JUDY BACHRACH
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Worse, Lapham reports that he was touched by Ringo's "uncontrived compassion," as well as by "his concern for his children," but since the guy took two weeks off to go to India and gaze at the Ganges, it makes you wonder. Not about Ringo; about Lapham and his fawning insights. Maybe the Maharishi wasn't the only star gazer?
Judy Bachrach, a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, is the author of Tina and Harry Come to America.
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