This is in some ways tough to look at — the graphic form puts imagery into concrete form, and does that work in a modernist vein where the symbolic imagery should retain a bit more fluidity? When we consider the allusive…Ah hell, this is really cool. From Julian Peters’s adaptation, excerpted on Slate.
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The Kiss photographed by Robert Doisneau, France, 1950.
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