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By Kathryn Harrison

“Luminous and affecting . . . [Exposure] examines the usually fantastic line among paintings and abuse. . . . Taut in plot, fantastically sensible, and intelligently disturbing.”
–Harper’s Bazaar

Ann Rogers seems to be a fortunately married, winning younger lady. a skilled photographer, she creates satisfied thoughts for others, videotaping weddings, splicing jointly scenes of smiling faces, enhancing out awkward moments. yet she can't edit her personal stories so easily–images of a formative years spent as her father’s version and muse, the topic of his celebrated sequence of arguable images. to manage, Ann slips right into a mystery lifetime of disgrace and vice. but if the Museum of contemporary artwork publicizes a retrospective of her father’s stunning snap shots, Ann reveals herself teetering at the fringe of self-destruction, desperately attempting to break out the mental maelstrom that threatens to eat her.

“Astounding . . . advised in prose as multifaceted as a diamond, crystalline and captivating. ‘Remarkable’ infrequently is going a ways enough.”

“Impossible to place down . . . Kathryn Harrison is an incredibly proficient author, poetic, passionate, and elegant.”
–San Francisco Chronicle

“Exquisite, exhilarating, and harrowing.”
–Donna Tartt, writer of The mystery History and The Little Friend

“A breathless city nightmare hard to fail to remember. Stark, awesome, and unique work.”
–Kirkus stories (starred review)

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I don’t recognize why you won’t simply take the gotten smaller cars,” he says. “I’m ill of processing a majority of these cab rides. along with, you lose part the receipts you declare. nobody else does this, each person hates cabs. What’s it with you? Take a motor vehicle carrier to the roles, it’s more cost-effective, it makes for extra revenue. revenue for you. ” “Look,” Ann says. “The cabs are constantly there. You move in the event you wish rather than ready. and that i don’t like having a few man sitting there whereas I’m operating, it makes me worried. I hate looking the window and seeing him slouched in a single of these black sedans, his elbow out the window, donut wrappers at the dashboard. ” She talks quickly and says an excessive amount of, as she has a tendency to whilst she’s hopped. Benny rolls his eyes. “So why don’t you are taking the subway such as you consistently used to? ” he says. “Not that I approve of your working round underground with pricey apparatus. “Remember? ” he is going on while she doesn’t reply. “You used to like the subway. It used to be this type of cut price, you stated, it was once swifter than floor streets. It used to be the good level upon which the drama of existence used to be performed. It used to be this; it was once that. ” He turns again to his personal table, a cultured, slate-topped expanse. “I’ll let you know why,” Ann says, following him. “I can’t take the strain, the drama. There’s consistently somebody performing out, and final time I took the subway i used to be groped via a man who passed me what seemed like a enterprise card yet on it used to be written ‘If you're what you devour, then day after today you’ll be me. ” Ann cracks the bubble gum she cadged from Theo. “I attrack those weirdos. ” She is, after all, not able to reveal the genuine cause she’s been taking cabs—that she alters into stolen outfits en path to appointments—and she appears having this transportation argument with Benny virtually as soon as every week now. “So, inform me, what may you do? ” she asks. “I may take the auto service,” he says slowly, enunciating each one syllable with adverse precision. He appears at Ann as she stands earlier than him, cracking her gum, chewing quickly, and his face betrays a few internal debate, thick blond eyebrows assembly in focus. ultimately he says easily, “Are you ok? ” “Of path. Why now not? You requested why I don’t take the subway anymore, I replied. completely common human interplay, correct? ” “Sure,” Benny says, sighing. “Right. swimsuit your self. you are going to besides. ” He consults the Visage calendar, an important e-book sure in crimson leather-based. “You’ve obtained Andy tonight,” he says, rubbing fiercely at his perenially bloodshot blue eyes. “Have him meet me there,” she says. “I’ve acquired to do an errand at the means. ” “Sure you do,” he says, and he appears up at her back, his eyes looking at the back of her sun shades, his freckled palms folded over his chest. Ann is familiar with Benny feels sorry for her, and he or she has deliberately cultivated his pity, a reaction she regularly abhors, simply because his sympathy comes in handy. dating his indulgence—her moodiness, tardiness, her calls for for certain considerations—Ann has implied that her diabetes is much worse than it really is; that, in reality, her days are numbered. She paints an affecting photograph of metabolic crashes and attendant ravages of psychological and actual healthiness.

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