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The book begins with a rather academic and mostly impersonal essay on the history, violence, and temporality behind Furnas' work. Then there are about 120 pages of his paintings, making up one of the only good catalogs of his oeuvre that I have found. And it ends with a pretty good interview by Carroll Dunham.
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