The Eye of the Beholder

As the novelist Kathryn Harrison, no stranger to child abuse, put it in a review of one Mann collection, ''The viewer's distress is central to the power of the work.'' Indeed, the viewer's distress is proof that what keeps many adults from molesting children is not repression but morality. Any picture that produces this sort of insight has redeeming social value.

Research: Nita Rao and Sonja Ryst

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