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Daybreak

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Asked to write a statement about Daybreak which could be distributed with the reproductions, Parrish had this to say: "Alas, you have asked the very one thing that is entirely beyond me...I know full well the public wants a story, always want to know more about a picture than the picture tells them; but to my mind if a picture doesn't tell it's own story, it's better to have the story without the picture. I couldn't tell a single thing about Daybreak because there isn't a single thing to tell; the picture tells all there is, there is nothing more."
 
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