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Ana Kinsella, Look Here: On the Pleasures of Observing the City
  • ISBN: 9781914198120
  • Pages: 224
  • Publisher: Daunt Books
  • Binding: Paperback

Look Here

On the Pleasures of Observing the City

Ana Kinsella
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Look Here is a layered portrait of a city and its people, a book that urges us to slow down and look closer.

In Look Here, Ana Kinsella charts an affecting map of London, navigating ideas of anonymity and identity, freedom and space (and who has access to these things), and community, while reflecting on whether the never-ending carousel of clothing we see on strangers holds some deeper meaning. It is a book about the joy that comes from chance encounters, unexpected sights and sounds, the rush of the everyday.

Wherever she goes, Ana Kinsella looks around her with a keen eye for small illuminating details, variety and emotional connection. And she reflects on whether the never-ending carousel of clothing we see on strangers holds some deeper meaning.

‘An idiosyncratic mashup of interviews, memoir and flanerie, all shaped by [a] sharp, empathic gaze . . . Here is a book to make you love London – with all its synchronicity and serendipity.’ Observer



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