A Political and Literary Forum
Larry Sultan’s elegiac photography captures the suburban American home.
In the Chinese Cultural Revolution, the weapon of choice was not the gun but the spectacle of public shaming.
Geoffrey Movius speaks with Susan Sontag about photography, writing, and memory.
Susan Sontag, Geoffrey Movius
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