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Prior to his visit to New York during the winter of 1980, Raymond Depardon was already a distinguished figure in photojournalism, a master storyteller known for the elegant simplicity of his photos.

Prior to his visit to New York during the winter of 1980, Raymond Depardon was already a distinguished figure in photojournalism, a master storyteller known for the elegant simplicity of his photos.

contemporama : raymond depardon… magnum photo offices, new york,...

contemporama : raymond depardon… magnum photo offices, new york,...

Raymond Depardon. New York, 1981 [From the Réunion des Musées Nationaux]

Raymond Depardon. New York, 1981 [From the Réunion des Musées Nationaux]

Maureen Corrigan on Gail Godwin’s new novel, Flora: “Children are like bombs that will one day go off.” That’s a line that Gail Godwin says also served as inspiration for her novel, Flora.    Want to read.

Maureen Corrigan on Gail Godwin’s new novel, Flora: “Children are like bombs that will one day go off.” That’s a line that Gail Godwin says also served as inspiration for her novel, Flora. Want to read.

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