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AN AMERICAN EXODUS. A record of human erosion (Anglais) Broché – 10 novembre 1999


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Place, 1999, broché, 158-CCXXI p.


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Heart-wrenching vignettes of depression-era refugees 12 août 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
These heart-breaking black & whites were shot while Lange and her husband Paul Taylor were under contract with the Federal WPA and chronicle the exodus of dustbowl refugees of the Great Depression and the anguish of their daily struggles for survival in the 'promised land' of California. Some of these photographs are difficult to view, giving an infinite depth-of-field perspective of the arid, ruined farms and starving families of the midwest hitch-hiking or walking (sometimes barefoot) to find a better life. For it's superb detail, brutal realism, and captured raw emotion, this collection is regarded as one of the most important photographic documentaries published during the 20th century. It is criminal this masterful work has not been reissued in affordable hardback binding. Scholar, amateur photographer, and layman will surely peruse these monumental pages with pleasure for years to come.
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On the road, Thirties style. 23 février 2003
Par Robin Benson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A well printed paperback facsimile of the original 1939 hardback edition of this famous book. The 112 photos, one to a page with a short headline and quote, capture the desperate times thousands of farmers and their families endured in the South and Midwest and their migration to an uncertain future in California. Nearly all of the photos were taken by Dorothea Lange and this includes forty-six that she took for the Farm Security Administration between 1935 and 1938.

In the back of the book there are two essays, one by Sam Stourdze, is an excellent explanation of how Lange and Taylor compiled the book. The sales fell well short of their expectations and Stourdze comments "the rigor of its approach, the verism of its oral testimony and the radicality of its photographs were hardly designed to have mass appeal" Quite right I think, having looked through the book many times I don't think the powerful photos are backed up by adequate captions. All the photos are anonymous, even the ones with people, and surely any reader would want to know who are these folk, what is their story? This information was available because Lange took detailed notes on all her photographic assignments. It's as if the author's thought the only way they could put their point across was in an abstract way and ignore the very human turmoil the photos clearly show. In 1937 photographer Margaret Bourke-White and writer Erskine Caldwell compiled a similar photo book about the living conditions of the desperately poor rural underclass, called `You Have Seen Their Faces' (reissued as a paperback in 1995) but here the photos and captions blend together better.

'An American Exodus' is a book of remarkable photos and well worth having if you are interested in America during the Depression years. BTW, the book reproduces the back dust jacket of the original and the New York publisher, Reynal & Hitchcock, list other "Vital books of our Time" and for three bucks you could buy 'Mein Kampf' by Adolf Hitler, "The blueprint of the Nazi program by the man who is shaking the world. No American should miss it".

***FOR AN INSIDE LOOK click 'customer images' under the cover.
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1st edition 13 octobre 2007
Par Soledad - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fantastic photojournalistic documentation of the Dust Bowl; first edition published in 1939. Get them while you can, prices are increasing for this book!
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A pictoralist documents exodus 4 juin 2014
Par Michael Tapp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This more of a historical document than a piece of art. Lange really personalizes the struggles during three different migrations. I'm thankful that Farm Security Admin was able to fund this work.
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It was a wonderful book about a tragic time in our history that ... 12 octobre 2014
Par june vaughn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
It was a wonderful book about a tragic time in our history that was documented by a iconic couple , Dorthea Lange and Paul Taylor . A must have book for its impact on the photography world.
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