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The third chapter explores the way photography freezes time and looks at how the camera was developed alongside the feeling that whatever it captured was trapped outside time. It comments on philosophical and literary works that define the connection between the self and time, such as Spinoza’s Ethics, Montaigne’s personal essays, and One Hundred Years of Solitude.

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