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    4. “Habits of depiction,” as coined by Joel Snyder, are the means by which our pictorial vision is formed through a reciprocal relationship between what we see and the pictures we make. See Joel Snyder, “Picturing Vision,” Critical Inquiry 6, no. 3 (Spring 1980): 499–526, quoted from 526.


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