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Soltnit is a fascinating and able guide in ways that give a good name to intellectual associative writing: she knows how to do it without sounding anything but genuine in her... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Eileen O Malley Callahan
very informative but way to long for what the author appears to want to do. but interesting.Published 4 months ago by Paula A. Barsamian
An unusual penetrating study of the beginning of photography, of Muybridge's life and his 'movement studies.' Mr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by a
When this book was first assigned to me, i was skeptical about how interesting this topic could possibly be, but solnit is such an incredible writer! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ahmed Bahgat
Mostly when people mention the Wild West they do so in the full knowledge that this largely mythological landscape is a product of Hollywood. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Welschrisby
Not the most scintillating writing I've ever read, but an eye-opening story of an artist (Muybridge) whose work helped shape our world. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Katya Cohen
Loved this as well as her others. I think I've read them all at this point and I hope she keeps writing for the joy of the rest of us.Published 10 months ago by andrea from Madison, WI
This book connects E. Muybridge to history from the beginnings of photography to present day cinema. Read morePublished 11 months ago by George Mohr
beautifully written insightful and well-informed about photography, San Francisco, and Muybridge. Rebecca Solnit's writing is intelligent and hard to put down.Published 13 months ago by Jay C.