“A way of shutting my eyes”: Reflections on the Photographic Turn in Recent Literary Memoirs | 3 Quarks Daily

by Rafaël Newman For Fred Weinstein “What is hidden is for us Westerners more ‘true’ than what is visible,” Roland Barthes proposed, in Camera Lucida, his phenomenology of the photograph, almost forty years ago. In the decades since, the internet, nanotechnology, and viral marketing have challenged his privileging of the unseen over the seen by…

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    • dmf
    • October 15th, 2019
    • Have you read it yet? I definitely will! One sentence . . . my love . . .

        • dmf
        • October 16th, 2019

        i’m on the waiting list at my local library sounds like i’ll have to bring a backpack to haul it home

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