In 1913, <strong>Christopher Isherwood</strong> received a Kodak camera. Twenty years later, he wrote, &ldquo;I am a camera.&rdquo; What did he mean?

In 1913, Christopher Isherwood received a Kodak camera. Twenty years later, he wrote, &amp;ldquo;I am a camera.&amp;rdquo; What did he
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In 1913, Christopher Isherwood received a Kodak camera. Twenty years later, he wrote, “I am a camera.” What did he mean?

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