Klatmagazine For the understanding of the world I can't manage without books, without writers, without the words they choose, the pages, even the gaps they leave. Tolstoy in "Anna Karenina" may almost be better at teaching you to see than a photographer, as in his account of the horse race in St. Petersburg where he describes the scene from the viewpoint of both the onlookers and one of the riders. Writers have a highly developed sensibility that helps me to understand where and how I live today. Paolo Rosselli Interview by Manuel Orazi
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