Redlands

Brookman, Philip

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Red­lands wea­ves toge­ther an inti­ma­te sequence of pho­to­graphs and a short sto­ry by Phi­lip Brook­man, set in Cali­for­nia, Mexi­co, and New York City during the unsett­led deca­des of the 1960s and 1970s.

Brook­man uses fic­tion and images from his own pho­to­gra­phic dia­ries to crea­te a first-per­son account of Kip, an artist who wan­ders back and forth bet­ween farm­wor­kers and poets — bet­ween Cali­for­nia and New York — see­king to ques­ti­on the mea­ning of his mother’s death. When Kip learns that he can’’t trust the eye­wit­ness accounts of his sis­ter, he picks up a came­ra to find mea­ning in his own experience.

By jux­ta­po­sing the oppo­si­tio­nal stra­te­gies of fic­tion and docu­men­ta­ry prac­tice to find an inven­ted nar­ra­ti­ve, Red­lands ques­ti­ons the ver­a­ci­ty of logi­cal obser­va­ti­on and embraces the poe­try of the real world.

EAN

9783869306865

ISBN

978-3-86930-686-5

Autor

Seitenzahl

208

Beschreibung

Englisch

Erscheinungsjahr

Verlag

Einbandart

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