Monthly Archives: May 2009


This one hit home. Literally. As a native rural Iowan and decades-long fan of Robert Frank (who wrote an introduction for this project, and whose The Americans book of mid-fifties photographs seems to be a definite spiritual predecessor), I was immediately taken away with … Continue reading

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Veering off-topic a bit here. I had to look this one up: Synecdoche (pronounced “si-NEK-də-kee”, IPA: /sɪˈnɛkdəˌki/; from Greek synekdoche (συνεκδοχή), meaning “simultaneous understanding”) is a figure of speech in which: * a term denoting a part of something is … Continue reading

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