The Burning House: What Would You Take? by Foster HuntingtonThe Burning House: What Would You Take? by Foster Huntington

The Burning House: What Would You Take?

byFoster Huntington

Paperback | October 27, 2016

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“Fascinating….Provocative.”
—New York Times

“Answering this question reveals a great deal about your personality, priorities and interests.”
—The Guardian (UK)

If your house were on fire, what would you take? Foster Huntington has collected answers to this telling question from thousands of responders all over the world to get to the heart of what it is that people truly value. The result is The Burning House, featuring the best of Huntington’s popular website, TheBurningHouse.com along with a wealth of all-new material. Fascinating and remarkably revealing, The Burning House provides a captivating keyhole into people’s lives, feelings, and innermost thoughts that will especially appeal to the many fans of PostSecret, Not Quite What I Was Planning, Found, and Awkward Family Photos. Illustrated with sometimes moving, often unusual photographs of people’s most prized possessions, The Burning House ingeniously celebrates the differences between human beings around the globe—and the surprising similarities that unite us all.

Foster Huntington grew up in Portland, Oregon, went to a small liberal arts college in Maine, and is now a photographer based on the West Coast.
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Title:The Burning House: What Would You Take?Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9 × 8 × 0.7 inPublished:October 27, 2016Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062123483

ISBN - 13:9780062123480

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“The Burning House is brilliant in its ability to remind us that what we value most are not usually possessions but what they stand for. These deceptively simple photographs are powerful biographical portraits.”