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The book is so bad it is basically unreadable. It is full if obscure conjecture about Arbus's life with almost no presentation of fact.Published 2 months ago by Kevin
Terrible writer, says the same thing over and over again, always with himself as the focus of attention.
Has no scholarly or personal connections with Diane Arbus. Read more
Considering Diane Arbus intriqued me so as a photographer, I had to read this book. She was an interesting lady, too bad she took her own life, I would love to see how her work... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Khris Gochenour
"Emergency" probably works better for readers already somewhat familiar with Arbus' life/work. There are no illustrations (the Arbus estate is famous for refusing permission), so... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Lucchesa
This was a gift wanted by my son in law so hopefully he enjoys the book. It arrived safe and undamaged.Published 23 months ago by Rita
I would like to begin by addressing the book reviews of less than satisfied readers. It would appear that people looking to read just an ordinary biography may find Shultz's... Read morePublished on August 26, 2012 by Charlotte Haze
This talented woman was so ill, it's a wonder she could have created any art worth seeing. This story was so depressing, I finally had to stop just short of finishing it. Read morePublished on December 14, 2011 by S. Abeyta
I am very happy I read this book. It was the first psychobiography I have read, and I look forward to reading Schultz's book on Capote next, and his Elliott Smith book when it... Read morePublished on December 1, 2011 by Eileen