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John WranovicsA Hungry Heart, in addition to being a testimony to Parks's wit, sensitivities and vast armory of talents, is a treatise on the value of encouragement. The miracle of his life is what he's achieved with the opportunities he was given. In 1952, the conductor Dean Dixon, having premiered Parks's "Symphonic Set for Piano and Orchestra" in the courtyard of the Doge's Palace in Venice, told Time magazine: "We should hear more from Gordon Parks." Happily, we have again.
— The New York Times