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The images in Click! are representative of that which makes the magic of photography so compelling. Margaret Bourke-White with her camera at the top of the Chrysler Building; a carpet of impossibly-hued butterflies ready to leap off the page; a climber traversing a hall of ice; the hand of Lenin pointing skyward. Jersey Joe Walcott ?s face distorted and contorted. Much of the power of this book lies in the juxtaposition of images, some humorous, some thought-provoking; Groucho Marx and Bardot smoking cigars; an optimistic Chamberlain and a ranting Hitler. Other pairings celebrate the echoes of form in nature: a pair of swan ?s necks gently intertwining opposite a soft, twisting plume of smoke. Simple captions provide signposts for the reader.
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