Dewi Lewis is unveiling new books in Arles, including Laia Abril’s The Epilogue, a demonstration of the editotral possibilities of the intimate account of an underestimated societal scourge: bulimia. As part of a broader investigation into this devastating illness, which is often associated with the exacting standards of beauty imposed by the all-powerful fashion industry, Abril met with the parents of Cammy Robinson, who died of the consequences of bulimia at age 26.
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