'Look at Me' Examines Dark Side of American Culture National Book Award Finalist Look at Me is a complex tale of intersecting lives, at the center of which is a successful fashion model. NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with author Jennifer Egan about a major theme in the novel, the dark side of America's "image culture."

'Look at Me' Examines Dark Side of American Culture

'Look at Me' Examines Dark Side of American Culture

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National Book Award Finalist Look at Me is a complex tale of intersecting lives, at the center of which is a successful fashion model. NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with author Jennifer Egan about a major theme in the novel, the dark side of America's "image culture."

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