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This extremely dedicated artist is also a wonderful writer.
As it turns out, the way Herzog documents what he sees and experiences is pitch perfect, avoiding a self-indulgence that generally pervades these things.
I would recommend this book not only to Herzog admirers, but to anyone who loves great literature.
This book truly gives one a glimpse into the mind of Herzog, who expresses himself with astounding acuity, and a sense for the hidden poetry in the unnoticed beauties of every day... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beverly K Macri
Substantial addition to understanding of the circumstances, under which the film evolved.Published 1 month ago by Ursula Hahn
Poignantly describes the trials of everyday life in the jungle and the physical and psychological effects on people. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lowflyer
If you enjoy Herzog's sobering darkness, read it. You will find accounts of the filming interspersed with that voice. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Thomas Vaughn
I plan to write more about this, but suffice to say that it is outstanding and unique. It was copied from a hand-written book with tiny illegible text that Herzog had to keep... Read morePublished 14 months ago by rex A. jackman
Any fan of Herzog will love this book and need to get a copy ASAP.
You've seen Fitzcarraldo, you've seen Burden of Dreams, but you still need to learn about the inner... Read more
Werner Herzog is a compelling diarist and if you are an artist on the outs ( your muse, the landlord ) then you will be inspired.Published on September 17, 2010 by Bruder Andrew