[Barthes] has accomplished in this extraordinary book something finer than mere polemic. En route to his last painful discovery, Barthes takes the reader on an exquisitely rendered, lyrical journey into the heart of his own life and the medium he came to love, a medium that flirts constantly with the 'intractable reality' of the human condition. (Newsweek)
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This is one of those books you are *supposed* to be impressed by. Another reviewer has, of course, warned that this is for "deep thinking photographers," you know - the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Thomas Long
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