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裡 The Best Old In Art School: A Memoir of Starting Over ſt Kindle Ebook Author Nell Irvin Painter ﬞ 裡 The Best Old In Art School: A Memoir of Starting Over ſt Kindle Ebook Author Nell Irvin Painter ﬞ Praise for Old in Art School One of O The Oprah Magazine s Top Books of Summer New t Be Able to Put Down Cool Mom Picks In this sweet, nuanced memoir, revered historian Painter recounts her late in life and post retirement decision to earn a BFA and MFA in painting, and how getting an up close view to all things art changed her life Entertainment Weekly, 1 of 20 New Books to Read in June Candid and cheerfully irreverent Bringing new energy and insight to questions that have long preoccupied the art world As Painter puts it What counts as art Who is an artist Who decides Painter gets playful with these questions than she initially lets on One of the most enjoyable aspects of Old in Art School is seeing her relax her historians grip on social meaning and open up to new ways of seeing Old in Art School is meandering, pleasingly and profoundly so, as Painter negotiates the artist shes becoming not identical with her historian self, but not running away from it either The New York Times A smart, funny and compelling case for going after your heart s desires, no matter your age or what your critics say Essence Painter claims her birthright as an artist, a black woman, and a woman of a certain age at a time and in a cultural milieu that ignores all three CNNPainter, most famous for her book The History of White People, now addresses the equally ambitious question of what it takes to be an artistand whether or not she has it If this book were a novel, the artist would have been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art by now, but Art School arrives at a messier, braver conclusion Painter is a painter because she studied it, works hard at it and keeps doing it Being able to paint is one kind of gift, this book suggests, but learning to paint is another, and just as precious Time Historian Nell Painter was 64 when she stepped down from her job at Princeton to attend the Rhode Island School of Design She chronicles that experience in her memoir Old in Art School Counterpoint, June , bringing her fierce intelligence to questions not just of age but also race and what it means to be an artist Los Angeles Times Probing and smart, often irreverent, surprisingly confessional, always lively DAME One of the must reads of the year The Philadelphia Inquirer Her memoir is many things an appraisal of artists living and dead, a hymn to her home state of New Jersey, a meditation on her parents deaths, a reflection on the travails of leading a scholarly association Its also a sharp critique of the teaching methods and social environment in M.F.A programs The Chronicle of Higher Education Painter chronicles her experience of returning to art school as an older African American woman with honest and elegant prose Her narrative weaves expertly among her art school experience, family upbringing, the loss of her mother, caring for her father at a distance, and art itself Painters memoir presents her as an accessible artist, warm and inviting and keen to share her hard won insights into her craft Library Journal starred review This is a courageous, intellectually stimulating, and wholly entertaining story of one woman reconciling two worlds and being open to the possibilities and changes life offers Publishers Weekly starred review Bracingly candid in her vividly analytical chronicling of her challenging adventure and its emotional, intellectual, and creative demands, she astutely critiques the way art is taught and charts her quest to figure out if her passion for history was detrimental or essential to her visual explorations With her art displayed throughout this deeply inquisitive, involving memoir of transformation enriched by art history, Painterfunny, furious, brilliant, and mesmerizingcelebrates the hard work art requires and the profound freedom it engenders Booklist As a historian with years of incisive scholarship behind her, Painter is perfectly poised to examine her experience, and the larger art ecosystem, from a nuanced lens She makes the most of her talents as a writer and offers a story filled with passion, discovery, and, ultimately, her own encouraging triumph ArtsyA candid, captivating memoir The author offers perceptive insights about the meaning of art the difference between thinking like a historian and an artist the contented concentration she feels when making art and the works of many black artists A spirited chronicle of transformation and personal triumph Kirkus Reviews Painter is a personality par excellence forthright, erudite, and perfectly profane, her voice enthralls Filled with immense insight and presence, Painters memoir confronts a variety of issues and what it means to shoulder those burdens in the pursuit of art Essential reading Foreword Reviews starred review When she was 64, famed historian Nell Painter decided to enroll at the Mason School of the Arts of Rutgers University as an undergraduate student What does an emerita professor of Princeton University gain from starting college over again Thats the journey Painter takes us on in her salient memoir about reinvention Old in Art School is really a memoir about the meaning of art, and who gets to determine what art is B tch, 1 of 15 Books Feminists Should Read in June Having just retired from teaching history at Princeton and authoring several books on race and identity, Painter is well equipped to dissect the various forms of discrimination she faces in these programs And she does it all with a sense of humor, honoring, above all else, creativity, and openness Literary Hub, 1 of 16 Books You Should Read This June After years of writing history, Painter has become a visual artist, but she also discovers that she does not need to leave history behind In this book, a memoir, she brings the two truths togetherthe personal and the collective, the artistic and the historicaland the result is a heartening coming of age story for the retired set The Washington Post Nell Painter leaves us with a detailed record of her personal art history, a map to understanding her idiosyncratic works and a written means of insuring that her art is not forgotten The Brooklyn Rail Painters memoir, enhanced by her artwork as she progresses, bursts with explosions of self knowledge as she deals with ideas of beauty, value, and identity in her ongoing journey The National Book Review This feisty and delightfully irreverent memoir is a coming of age story for the over 60 set The most impressive portrait that she achieves here is her ownan unstoppable force tethered to an iron will The Boston Globe A joyous book a bumpy but unmistakable love story Informal yet passionate, witty yet heartfelt, Old in Art School feels like a painting rendered in words a vivid picture of an experience in time The Seattle Times This is a story of a woman determined to redefine herself, a task made difficult by the casual racism she faced in school and the increasing frailty of her parents, both approaching age 90 She tells an inspiring tale of an older person pursuing a long delayed passion And she has an entertaining writing style It bears repeating Youre never too old to tell your stories, or to find new ways of sharing them Star Tribune Minneapolis An argument for the necessity of arts education and a critique of it, served up with generous doses of wit and charm Painter allows herself to be challenged in ways that I wish were commonperhaps it would improve our public discourse about art The Undefeated The book is beautifully written, fun and funny, describing how, after a life of overcoming unfair treatment as a black woman, she is now fighting the discrimination of being OLD, black, and female Old in Art School appeals not just to those who dream about becoming late in life artists, but anyone who grapples with how to direct their energies post retirement In this sense, being an artist is about designing your life, defying the kind of giving up that retiring sometimes implies Hyperallergic Making important observations about age, gender, and looks in the art world, Old in Art School tells than just Nell s story as she transitions from the academic world to the art world For anyone who needs a pick me up this summer, this memoir will give you hope that it s never too late to pursue your passion and accomplish your lifelong goals PopSugar An alert observer, Painter renders her experience with humor, with skepticism, with anxiety, and in many voices Old in Art School succeeds as a story of a budding artist, and also as guidebook you can design your own art education by following along with Painters readings and reflections on artists in the canon women artists who Painter appreciates, and elevates, and sometimes befriends artists who become important to Painters interests and to her cultivated eye Painter communicates in language which is bodacious and, in moments, color saturated If you read Old in Art School, you will learn, from Nell Painter, what it means to speak in color Women s Review of Books Fascinating That the diligence that was an asset throughout her academic career was viewed almost as a liability in art school is an intriguing tension so too is Painters struggle to see art absent of the ideological analysis characteristic of her academic training Painter, at 75, continues to paint, and thats where the books greatest lesson lies The Christian Science Monitor Bold, brave Old in Art School is a fascinating memoir about Painters daring choice to follow a passion with courage and intellect, even when the odds seemed firmly stacked against her BookPage, Top Pick in Nonfiction, July 2018 Nell Painters masterful, disarmingly witty, and profound book Old in Art School will change your perspective about what is possible in the full arc of a life Her probing book about her art school journey, as sage as it is humorous, revels in the untold magic of exploring how beginnings can happen at all stages of the journey This book is indispensable nourishment for the creative soul Sarah Lewis, Harvard University, author of The Rise Creativity, the Gift of Failure, and the Search for Mastery Nell Painter has courage and intelligence She reminds us that the only option as we grow older is to grow younger Never forgetting our curiosity and passion, we are well armed for the challenge Maira Kalman, author of The Principles of Uncertainty and Beloved Dog Old in Art School is Nell Painters journey from famous historian to humble art student at age sixty four Along the way, she chronicles her own family history, including a mother who reinvented herself at the same age Painter blows up treasured clichs about what it means to be an artist and who fits that role, presenting us with comic scenes of questionable pedagogy This book should have a corrective impact on art educationit deserves to be widely read and hotly discussed Joyce Kozloff, artist Even before a teacher tells her, Youll never be an artist, Painters story wins us over with its contrarian premise Among twenty somethings, Painter proves herself a sharp observernot just of art school partying, pedagogy, and process, but also of generational, sexual, and racial blind spots Painter has produced a cheerful and beguiling memoir, one that will inspire readers of any age to consider starting again Alexi Worth, artistReading Nell Painters Old in Art School gave me immense pleasure Memoirs by black women artists are extremely rare, and this one is so beautifully written, so perfectly formed in terms of its storytelling trajectory, with so many delectable details about art techniques and subject matter, the relationship of the work to her previous projects as a celebrated historian, and her life struggles as the daughter of once perfect parents, now aged and with health difficulties Old in Art School seems both definitive and unforgettable The idea that this brilliant woman would move from a field in which her accomplishments are regarded as superlative to one in which she is constantly plagued by self doubt and the shortcomings of her twentieth century eyes alone makes it worth the price of admission Michele Wallace, author of Dark Designs and Visual Culture One of our most distinguished scholars of race and racism has written an incisive, surprising, eloquent, and often wry account of what it means to go back to school at 64, the age at which most academics contemplate retiring from it Along the way, Nell Painter helps us to see the world as art, art as the world, and to understand arduous, creative self transformation as toil worth the trouble Old in Art School is as edgy as a contemporary work of art bold in form, assured in line and shape, unflinching in its textured analysis of the ways race, gender, and age color how we perceive the world and how the world perceives us Cathy N Davidson, author of The New Education How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World in Flux With wisdom, insight, brutal honesty, and flashes of humor, Nell Painter shares her journey to become an artist in this fascinating, original memoir Old in Art School renders both the insecurity and elation of embarking on this path after a long and distinguished academic career Her courage, sensitivity, and keen observation offer a rare and needed portrait of an older woman determined to live a creative life on her own terms Farah Jasmine Griffin, author of Harlem Nocturne Women Artists and Progressive Politics During World War II Old in Art School is a glorious achievementbighearted and critical, insightful and entertaining This book is a cup of courage for everyone who wants to change their lives This is not a story about starting over its about continuing on the journey Nell Painter has taken the coming of age story to a new levelthis is what you get when a wise person gets even wiser, when a true artist spreads her wings Tayari Jones, author of An American Marriage and Silver Sparrow Old in Art School is brilliantly written A rare reflection of an artist and scholar who combines her voice and vision in this extraordinary work Painter masterfully weaves a highly personal story into one that situates her art making with her history making It is a book about belonging and longing expectations and disappointments beauty and humor It is engrossing and heroic Deborah Willis, New York University, author of Envisioning Emancipation We all dream of starting over, but Nell Painter really did it This unsparing account of inspiration and the creative process takes on racism, loneliness, self loathing, the hazards of aging, and bad manners in the art world Funny, edifying, and always mesmerizing, this book is also about searching forand finding most of the time happiness Martha Hodes, author of Mourning Lincoln There are no second acts in American lives, the doomed literary charmer F Scott Fitzgerald famously lamented Not so says Nell Painter A distinguished professor of history at Princeton and author of the celebrated The History of White People, Painter has done what few academics darebegin again by pursuing a different vocation in her case, a long standing drive to make art In this lively account, she describes how she started over from scratch by enrolling as an undergraduate art major at Rutgers and then a graduate student at the Rhode Island School of Design Much like her classmates, Painters dedication faces competition from real lifein her case, the declining health of her aged father rather than the social and romantic dramas of twentysomethingsbut she also extracts important lessons about gender and racial politics in contemporary America that, contrary to the norm in art schools, demonstrate that such complex issues of identity can be addressed in plain but vivid language, even as she gives artistic questions the edge All in all, Painter makes an invigoratingly affirmative, refreshingly unjaded casesupported by her paintings, drawings, and booksfor following ones passion whenever it asserts itself and wherever it leads Robert Storr, professor of painting and printmaking, Yale University School of Art Praise for The History of White People Presenting vivid psychological portraits of Emerson and dozens of other figures variously famous and obscure, and carefully mapping the links between them, Painter s narrative succeeds as an engaging and sophisticated intellectual history, as well as an eloquent reminder of the fluidity and perhaps futility of racial categories Booklist starred review Painter reviews the diverse cast in their intellectual milieus, linking them to one another across time and language barriers Conceptions of beauty ideals of white beauty became firmly embedded in the science of race , social science research, and persistent North South stereotypes prove relevant to defining whiteness What we can see, the author observes, depends heavily on what our culture has trained us to look for For the variable, changing, and often capricious definition of whiteness, Painter offers a kaleidoscopic lens Publishers Weekly Deeply researched, intelligent, and wonderfully common sensical, this is a ground breaking book, and if we re ever going to get to that so called post racial society, a necessary book It locates race where it actually exists, inside our heads, and shows us how recently it came to reside there Russell Banks, author of The Sweet Hereafter and Affliction In this wide ranging and passionate book, Nell Painter makes the story of American history into something new Her array of writers, artists, and politicians, some familiar and some surprising, struggle mightily to create a concept many Americans of all backgrounds now take for granted white people Edward Ayers, author of In the Presence of Mine Enemies The History of White People is a brilliant meditation on the invention of the idea of whiteness Deeply researched and elegantly written, Painter s presentation will certainly spark conversation and controversyas it should Painter s high octane intelligence makes her perfectly suited to the task Annette Gordon Reed, Pulitzer Prizewinning author of The Hemingses of Monticello Nell Painter s The History of White People is an amazing race bending narrative With grace and energy, she confronts the myth of white people as race less She offers an eye opening examination of slavery, the creation of white ness, and the way in which racial categories have been both false and destructive This is story telling at its best Ellen Goodman, syndicated columnist, Washington Post Writers Group Not since Stephen Jay Gould s The Mismeasure of Man has there been such a synoptically provocative appreciation of the myths by which a now demographically challenged people sustained themselves and restrained others David Levering Lewis, professor of history, New York University Abu Dhabi, and Pulitzer Prizewinning author of W E B Du Bois, 18681919 Biography of a Race Praise for Creating Black Americans Princeton history professor Nell Irvin Painter brings her considerable skills and insight to Creating Black Americans Her excellent introduction to the black American experience will serve any interested reader well, though it will find its largest audience in college classrooms History, the author notes, exists in both the past and present What we wish to know and how we understand it changes over time And Painter s compelling use of black art, mostly created since the mid 20th century, to illustrate earlier times, emphasizes this point to great effect Drawing on the research of a generation of African American historians, Painter also sets the record straight on a number of questions of the country s past She re emphasizes that slavery was not just a Southern problem Racial slavery in North America developed over several decades in the 18th century, laying the foundations for the entire American economy Slaves grew the commodities that Americans exported across the globe, of course But slavery and the Atlantic slave trade were the bedrock of vast fortunes in the North, too, including the precursors to the Bank of America and other financial houses Artistslike historians, like ordinary peoplesift the past to make sense of it for our times Through word and image, Nell Irvin Painter has produced a narrative of African American history that will profit its readers New York Post Painter, a Princeton professor of history, integrates art and history in this fascinating book, filled with powerful images of black art from photographs to paintings to quilts that tell the story of black America The book begins with the history and imagery of slavery through the Civil War and emancipation, then traces the cultural influences of the civil rights movement, the black power era, and ends with the hip hop era Through each period, Painter offers historical context for the artistic expressions and examines how contemporary sensibilities shaped remembrances of historical events She explores the ways that context and historical interpretation influence the artist s perspective and is subject to great variation over time Although most of the works presented were created after the mid twentieth century, they reflect a broader historical span as black artists have attempted to fill in the void of black images from earlier American history Readers interested in black American art and history will appreciate this beautiful and well researched book Booklist Nell Irvin Painter is a towering intellectual figure and pre eminent historian in American life This overarching narrative is the best we have that makes sense of the doings and sufferings of black people from 1619 to 2005 Cornel West, Princeton University A brilliant historian, Nell Irvin Painter has written an innovative account of African Americans from the colonial era to our own She challenges us to think critically about the historical meanings conveyed via artistic creations In other words, Creating Black America offers a new way of knowing, imagining, and visualizing the past of our present Darlene Clark Hine, co author of The African American Odyssey There is a philosopher s axiom, To be is to be perceived Nell Painter s fascinatingly significant Creating Black Americans captures its subject matter through the self images people of color have produced over time She has written a critical history of self perception that deserves wide review and lively discussion David Levering Lewis, University Professor and Professor of History, New York University Utilizing her pathbreaking approach to historical writing, a hallmark in her brilliant career, Nell Painter interweaves straight forward narrative with the vivid portraits of black artists to record how an unloved people created a vibrant but still endangered black America Derrick Bell, author of Silent Covenants Brown v Board and the Unfulfilled Hopes for Racial Reform From the Triangle Trade to Russel Simmons, this comprehensive review of African American history is a lively, lucid and indispensable resource Nell Painter is our foremost chronicler of the black experience in the United States Patricia Williams, Columbia University School of Law This new study by Princeton historian Painter aims not merely to provide an updated scholarly account of African American history, but to enrich our understanding of it with the subjective views of black artists, which she places alongside the objective views of academics The result is a book that contains both a compelling narrative and numerous arresting images, but that does not always successfully tie the two together To be fair, Painter is a historian, not an art critic Her primary purpose in including artworks is to illustrate historical points and to show black Americans as creators of their own history Nevertheless, readers will likely be frustrated by the lack of analysis accompanying the imagesPainter simply summarizes most of the art works, leaving much of their complexity and ambiguity unexplored Thus, she inadvertently diminishes their power as complicated pieces of individual expression Painter is clearly adept at writing straightforward history, however, and on this front the book is lucid, engaging and topical It does an excellent job revealing both the African and the American dimensions of African American history And her work has the additional merit of following the past into the present, tracing the history of black Americans all the way up to the hip hop era, the controversies surrounding black voters in the 2000 presidential election and the ongoing issues of incarceration and health care Publishers Weekly Praise for The History of White People Presenting vivid psychological portraits of Emerson and dozens of other figures variously famous and obscure, and carefully mapping the links between them, Painter s narrative succeeds as an engaging and sophisticated intellectual history, as well as an eloquent reminder of the fluidity and perhaps futility of racial categories Booklist starred review Painter reviews the diverse cast in their intellectual milieus, linking them to one another across time and language barriers Conceptions of beauty ideals of white beauty became firmly embedded in the science of race , social science research, and persistent North South stereotypes prove relevant to defining whiteness What we can see, the author observes, depends heavily on what our culture has trained us to look for For the variable, changing, and often capricious definition of whiteness, Painter offers a kaleidoscopic lens Publishers Weekly Deeply researched, intelligent, and wonderfully common sensical, this is a ground breaking book, and if we re ever going to get to that so called post racial society, a necessary book It locates race where it actually exists, inside our heads, and shows us how recently it came to reside there Russell Banks, author of The Sweet Hereafter and Affliction In this wide ranging and passionate book, Nell Painter makes the story of American history into something new Her array of writers, artists, and politicians, some familiar and some surprising, struggle mightily to create a concept many Americans of all backgrounds now take for granted white people Edward Ayers, author of In the Presence of Mine Enemies The History of White People is a brilliant meditation on the invention of the idea of whiteness Deeply researched and elegantly written, Painter s presentation will certainly spark conversation and controversyas it should Painter s high octane intelligence makes her perfectly suited to the task Annette Gordon Reed, Pulitzer Prizewinning author of The Hemingses of Monticello Nell Painter s The History of White People is an amazing race bending narrative With grace and energy, she confronts the myth of white people as race less She offers an eye opening examination of slavery, the creation of white ness, and the way in which racial categories have been both false and destructive This is story telling at its best Ellen Goodman, syndicated columnist, Washington Post Writers Group Not since Stephen Jay Gould s The Mismeasure of Man has there been such a synoptically provocative appreciation of the myths by which a now demographically challenged people sustained themselves and restrained others David Levering Lewis, professor of history, New York University Abu Dhabi, and Pulitzer Prizewinning author of W E B Du Bois, 18681919 Biography of a Race Praise for Creating Black Americans Princeton history professor Nell Irvin Painter brings her considerable skills and insight to Creating Black Americans Her excellent introduction to the black American experience will serve any interested reader well, though it will find its largest audience in college classrooms History, the author notes, exists in both the past and present What we wish to know and how we understand it changes over time And Painter s compelling use of black art, mostly created since the mid 20th century, to illustrate earlier times, emphasizes this point to great effect Drawing on the research of a generation of African American historians, Painter also sets the record straight on a number of questions of the country s past She re emphasizes that slavery was not just a Southern problem Racial slavery in North America developed over several decades in the 18th century, laying the foundations for the entire American economy Slaves grew the commodities that Americans exported across the globe, of course But slavery and the Atlantic slave trade were the bedrock of vast fortunes in the North, too, including the precursors to the Bank of America and other financial houses Artistslike historians, like ordinary peoplesift the past to make sense of it for our times Through word and image, Nell Irvin Painter has produced a narrative of African American history that will profit its readers New York Post Painter, a Princeton professor of history, integrates art and history in this fascinating book, filled with powerful images of black art from photographs to paintings to quilts that tell the story of black America The book begins with the history and imagery of slavery through the Civil War and emancipation, then traces the cultural influences of the civil rights movement, the black power era, and ends with the hip hop era Through each period, Painter offers historical context for the artistic expressions and examines how contemporary sensibilities shaped remembrances of historical events She explores the ways that context and historical interpretation influence the artist s perspective and is subject to great variation over time Although most of the works presented were created after the mid twentieth century, they reflect a broader historical span as black artists have attempted to fill in the void of black images from earlier American history Readers interested in black American art and history will appreciate this beautiful and well researched book Booklist Nell Irvin Painter is a towering intellectual figure and pre eminent historian in American life This overarching narrative is the best we have that makes sense of the doings and sufferings of black people from 1619 to 2005 Cornel West, Princeton University A brilliant historian, Nell Irvin Painter has written an innovative account of African Americans from the colonial era to our own She challenges us to think critically about the historical meanings conveyed via artistic creations In other words, Creating Black America offers a new way of knowing, imagining, and visualizing the past of our present Darlene Clark Hine, co author of The African American Odyssey There is a philosopher s axiom, To be is to be perceived Nell Painter s fascinatingly significant Creating Black Americans captures its subject matter through the self images people of color have produced over time She has written a critical history of self perception that deserves wide review and lively discussion David Levering Lewis, University Professor and Professor of History, New York University Utilizing her pathbreaking approach to historical writing, a hallmark in her brilliant career, Nell Painter interweaves straight forward narrative with the vivid portraits of black artists to record how an unloved people created a vibrant but still endangered black America Derrick Bell, author of Silent Covenants Brown v Board and the Unfulfilled Hopes for Racial Reform From the Triangle Trade to Russel Simmons, this comprehensive review of African American history is a lively, lucid and indispensable resource Nell Painter is our foremost chronicler of the black experience in the United States Patricia Williams, Columbia University School of Law This new study by Princeton historian Painter aims not merely to provide an updated scholarly account of African American history, but to enrich our understanding of it with the subjective views of black artists, which she places alongside the objective views of academics The result is a book that contains both a compelling narrative and numerous arresting images, but that does not always successfully tie the two together To be fair, Painter is a historian, not an art critic Her primary purpose in including artworks is to illustrate historical points and to show black Americans as creators of their own history Nevertheless, readers will likely be frustrated by the lack of analysis accompanying the imagesPainter simply summarizes most of the art works, leaving much of their complexity and ambiguity unexplored Thus, she inadvertently diminishes their power as complicated pieces of individual expression Painter is clearly adept at writing straightforward history, however, and on this front the book is lucid, engaging and topical It does an excellent job revealing both the African and the American dimensions of African American history And her work has the additional merit of following the past into the present, tracing the history of black Americans all the way up to the hip hop era, the controversies surrounding black voters in the 2000 presidential election and the ongoing issues of incarceration and health care Publishers WeeklyNell Irvin Painter is the award winning author of many books, including Sojourner Truth, Southern History Across the Color Line, Creating Black Americans, The History of White People, and Standing at Armageddon She is currently the Edwards Professor of American History, Emerita, at Princeton University and lives in Newark, New Jersey. 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    • Old In Art School: A Memoir of Starting Over
    • 4.2
    • 453
    • Hardcover
    • 352 pages
    • Nell Irvin Painter
    • English
    • 06 June 2017

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