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The cover of Janina Struk’s book shows the intriguing image of a soldier apparently about to take a snapshot with a digital camera. We cannot see the soldier’s face. It is hidden by his hands and by the camera being held to the eye. The camera appears as if pointed at the viewer, in this case the reader. Why is a photograph being taken? What is actually being photographed? What is going through the soldier’s mind as the button is pressed? Who will see the result, where and why? This cover picture of a picture being taken raises many questions. They are the type of questions addressed between the pages of the book itself.