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 A Version of the World


This series — its title a quote from Salman Rushdie on the purpose of literature — is one interpreting classic literary works. An imagining of the humanity, insight and transcendence we find in the written word.


The images include visualisations of poems, stories and novels — mostly covering the 18th-20th centuries.  Each, however, speaks to the relationship we have with nature, demonstrating both the solace we find within it, and how even the broadest vista can also contain private inner worlds. 


Each work is titled with a quote from the literary work it is depicting, intended as a direct line between words and image. 


These are part of a larger series — which can viewed in full on request.


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Think of me at my best ×
Think of me at my best ×
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Cooled her burning feet

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Cooled her burning feet

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Always summer, always alone

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Always summer, always alone

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I have really sinned

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I have really sinned

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No other way of showing kindness

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No other way of showing kindness

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