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Based on a "true" Story

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Rachel Rueckert

on 30 March 2012

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Transcript of Based on a "true" Story

Based on a "true" Story
It is True obrunithroughghana.blogspot.com Background Henry Morton Stanley Walter Benjamin Joseph Conrad
Clifford Geertz
Avatars Ava- The Romantic
Anthropologist Pros
Romantic Spin
Productive
Better Observations
Cons
Contrived?
Missing bigger picture?
Only description Gipsy: The Postmodern Writer
and Traveler Pros
Culture Shock
Physical Conditions
Honesty
Aesthetic
Cons
Honesty (again)
Developing style
Not Present in Moment Akua: The Native Lessons?
I am not a native
Language Shelley: The "Experiencer" Lessons?
Only works in moment
No voice problematic
Development
Myra: The Photographer
Lessons?
Creative decisions
Notice new things
Different population
Authenticity vs Essence
"Good" picture vs Mediums Blog Coursework, Books Jotting Notebook Typed and Handwritten
Field Notes Digital Photography Emails Home Diary "Good Things" Journal My Physical Body My Group Conclusion )kwantuni ananteseE nyinaa hnyE nokware- Or "one should not believe all stories narrated by a solitary traveler." by Rachel Rueckert
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