Comparative Commentaries to Go: A Study After Death

IB English A: Language & Literature: Comparative Commentaries to Go: A Study After Death

This Comparative Commentary to Go is inspired by a visit to a market and, prompted by the visit, a memory of reading an old essay republished in John Berger’s Understanding a Photograph.The market was in Thailand and the market-seller, a young Burmese man, was selling a range of items, but mainly counterfeit t-shirts and cheap prints. He tried to cajole me into buy some of his goods and, having strenuously resisted...

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