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Young Ed Reep enters Bologna and photographs a brick wall marred by bullets under partisan blood, and shattered buildings lining the path of U.S. troops, and tanks recently hot now at rest, and a fascist’s hands touching the sky, and three citizens applauding from a balcony, and smiling young women as they rush to extend soft hands, and pictures of partisans reincarnated on the brick wall.

Note: “Edward Reep: Eight Decades of Painting” is currently on exhibit at the Bakersfield Museum of Art.

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