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Dorothea Lange; the Politics of Seeing

Dorothea Lange was born in 1895 and she lived in New York as a child. As a youngster, she survived polio, and then when she was six her father left the family. About photography, Lange once said, “I had a … Continue reading

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Mr. Shivers

Mr. Shivers/ Robert Jackson Bennett Orbit Books, 2010 “I hope I see you again,” he said. “You won’t,” Dexy said.  “Boys like you are always running off chasing one thing or another. They never know when to sit still.” Terry … Continue reading

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