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A superb production by Quaritch. Ken Jacobson is widely known in the Photography world as a dealer of Major repute. It is a rare occassion to find a dealer at his status that actually gives back to the community through painstaking research bereft of profit margins. I can only think of Terry Bennett who can also claim the status of scholar/dealer. This book is really on another plateau. The reproductions would make Steidl beg for equality. You can tell the care that went into this publication by not only the layout, but the actual scholarship. Mr. Jacobson puts forth many examples known to the genre, but also capitalizes on informing the reader of important examples in hitherto unknown auction sales and small colelction which the author visited over a period of years. North African photography has held little esteem int eh field of Nineteenth century photography in the past 30 years. Examples can still be bought relatively reasonable at the moment without breaking the bank. If a colelctor is interested in works by Arnoux, Zangacki, Moulins, Lehnert & Landrock, then this book is a must. Also of topical address is the genre of orientalism which is explored and represents a very current stream of contemporary interest with many arab institutions now eagerly seeking material for their collection while also trying to disseminate views of the east or "other" as westerns over the past 150 years have found the locales and its peoples/ A truly inspiring work, in English. Up until now a few stellar titles have been published, mostly in French, but this book clearly strides past overall publication consideration such as print and product to design a fascinating and informing read without relying too heavily on stifling academia or somewhat annoying cultural studies hard pressed to reduce either side of the "western gaze" to mere white male superiority behind the camer. Well worth the wait.