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free read This Brilliant Darkness 100 ✓ In the spirit of James Agee and W G Sebald a profound work of literary art wedded to photographsAs a journalist suddenly skeptical of the power of words to tell the deepest truths of other people’s stories Jeff Sharlet turned to taking snapshots and posting them on Instagram―images that he then reflected on Htened people and frightening people the homeless and the lost or merely disoriented addicts and people on the marginsA book that erases all boundaries between author and subject and reader between the “safe” and the afflicted This Brilliant Darkness is a riveting light bearing inuiry into the ways we live with sufferin. What a beautiful surprise of a book Photographs and stories most of them set piece length A particularly beautiful one about Russians A few of those uite good

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In the spirit of James Agee and W G Sebald a profound work of literary art wedded to photographsAs a journalist suddenly skeptical of the power of words to tell the deepest truths of other people’s stories Jeff Sharlet turned to taking snapshots and posting them on Instagram―images that he then reflected on in words of. Like Humans of New York but with better writing and much grittier

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This Brilliant DarknessExtraordinary intimacy and power A visionary work of radical empathy this collection of images and reflections is framed by the two years between his father’s heart attack and his own a time defined by insomnia and late night driving and the companionship of other darkness dwellers night bakers and last call drinkers frig. What a beautiful amazing book I read it in 25 sittings which lasted uite a while but it's the type of book that absorbs The arc of the book is unconventional but the stories that fill its pages are uniue and filled with so much soul Sharlet has a great way of presenting our grotesue blossoming humanity without sacrificing the voices of the people he profiles The photography is gritty grizzly and makes for all the power within the pages