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"When Amory Clay was born, in the decade before the Great War, her disappointed father gave her an androgynous name and announced the birth of a son. But this daughter was not one to let others define her; Amory became a woman who accepted no limits to what that could mean, and, from the time she picked up her first camera, one who would record her own version of events. Moving freely between London and New York, between photojournalism and fashion...
"Take a journey through New York City: shapes, colors, patterns, and people are everywhere - and things look different depending on who is going the looking. In this playful, poetic ode to photography and point of view, one young girl captures moments of insight and community in her beloved hometown. This fictional exploration will delight children and parents in today's world of images and bold self-expression." -- Jacket.
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