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W.G.Sebald's Austerlitz is, at first sight, a normal novel. OK, it doesn't have paragraphs but there is a fairly conventional narrator who recounts the story of a man called Austerlitz. The strange thing about the book is the photographs. They … Continue reading

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Sex, Death and Topography

Bruges-la-Morte is the first seriously photographically-illustrated novel, so the question naturally arises as to why its author, George Rodenbach, decided to include photographs. The novel is a deliciously doom-laden symbolist tale about a man, Hugh, obsessed with his dead wife. … Continue reading

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Win Books

This is a Prize Draw to win books that feature in our Photography and Literature season. The season is made up of seven films that go with the new issue of Source. The first film is published tomorrow (at 1pm) … Continue reading

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