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9-19 (1993)

The phrase, which also gives me my title, comes from Bill Brandt, “s London,” in Bill Brandt, Camera in London (London: Focal Press, , , reprinted in Bill Brandt: Selected Texts and Bibliography, ed. Nigel Warburton (Oxford, England: Clio Press, , 84-93. Brandt writes, “It is part of the photographer’s job to see more intensely than most people do.

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[Original String]: 1. The phrase, which also gives me my title, comes from Bill Brandt, “A Photographer’s London,” in Bill Brandt, Camera in London (London: Focal Press, 1948), 9-19, reprinted in Bill Brandt: Selected Texts and Bibliography, ed. Nigel Warburton (Oxford, England: Clio Press, 1993), 84-93. Brandt writes, “It is part of the photographer’s job to see more intensely than most people do. He must have and keep in him something of the receptiveness of the child who looks at the world for the first time or of the traveller who enters a strange country” (89).