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Leashed II

Oxford, England, 2015 A sad drunk is waiting for his bottle Inside an off-licence shop. In his human eyes, a dog witnesses the duration of betrayal. Valentina Gosetti teaches and researches in the field of French and comparative literature, French … Continue reading

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Leashed

Brighton, England, 2000 A sad dog is waiting for its owner outside an off-licence shop. In its canine eyes, a drunk foretastes the timelessness of abandonment. Valentina Gosetti teaches and researches in the field of French literature in the UK, … Continue reading

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Gas Bottles

Facing the only upward slope of our gas-top-stove-driven small town, my grandmother would ride half its length. Then she’d get off her Ciao moped – the pedal Pegasus of the unlicensed. My helmet-free childhood sitting on the back rack, going through the motions, … Continue reading

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