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Lacrosse: A History of the Game
Lacrosse: A History of the Game
by Donald M. Fisher
Edition: Hardcover
40 used & new from $0.01

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This young author should keep on writing!, July 6, 2002
Don Fisher has provided Lacross enthusiasts with some
valuable,and refreshing facts.His book is packed with lots
of interesting insight into the game and its history.His
knowledge on the subject comes from his experiences of
playing Lacross in college in Upstate New York.
I highly recommend Don's book for anyone with an interest
about the subject of Lacross.You will definitely find his
knowledge intriguing and helpful.
Thanks for the book,Don!


Streetwise
Streetwise
by Mary Ellen Mark
Edition: Paperback
22 used & new from $94.68

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The children of Pike Street in sad world of uncertainty, January 12, 2002
This review is from: Streetwise (Paperback)
While Mary Ellen Mark and husband,Martin Bell,were filming
their haunting masterpiece,Streetwise,in 1983,Mary Ellen was
also busy taking snap-shots of the runaways...and what a worthwhile effort this was!
Anyone who viewed the film will recognize most of the photographs of the Seattle runaways found in the same-titled book.
The Streetwise kids lived in a sad world of uncertainty.Many had fled from abusive homes.
Mary Ellen developed a closeness with many of her young subjects,including Dewayne and Lulu.Dewayne hanged himself in 1984,and Lulu died in a fight with a man in 1985.Mary Ellen has dedicated her book in their memories.
Like every other work that she has ever created,this book is a keep-sake.I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the film documentary and in the author`s work.
Jeffrey Bryan,White Oak,NC


Streetwise
Streetwise
by Mary Ellen Mark
Edition: Paperback
22 used & new from $94.68

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The children of Pike Street lived in sad world of misfortune, January 12, 2002
This review is from: Streetwise (Paperback)
While Mary Ellen Mark and husband,Martin Bell,were filming
their haunting masterpiece,Streetwise,in 1983,Mary Ellen was
also busy taking their snap-shots...and what a worthwhile effort
this was!
Anyone who viewed the film will recognize each photograph of
the runaways of Seattle found in Mark`s same-titled book.
The Streetwise kids lived in a sad world of uncertainty,many
having fled from their abusive homes.They searched for love and
happiness in a place which offered neither.
Mary Ellen developed a kin-ship with many of her young subjects
including Dewayne and Lulu.Dewayne hanged himself in 1984,and
Lulu died in a fight with a man in 1985.Mary Ellen has dedicated
this book in their memories.
Like every other work that she has ever published,this book
is definitely a keep-sake.I highly recommend it to everyone
who is interested in the documentary film and in Mary Ellen Mark.


Streetwise
Streetwise
by Mary Ellen Mark
Edition: Paperback
22 used & new from $94.68

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The children of Pike Street lived in sad world of misfortune, January 12, 2002
This review is from: Streetwise (Paperback)
While Mary Ellen Mark and husband,Martin Bell,were filming
their haunting masterpiece,Streetwise,in 1983,Mary Ellen was
also busy taking their snap-shots...and what a worthwhile effort
this was!
Anyone who viewed the film will recognize each photograph of
the runaways of Seattle found in Mark`s same-titled book.
The Streetwise kids lived in a sad world of uncertainty,many
having fled from their abusive homes.They searched for love and
happiness in a place which offered neither.
Mary Ellen developed a kin-ship with many of her young subjects
including Dewayne and Lulu.Dewayne hanged himself in 1984,and
Lulu died in a fight with a man in 1985.Mary Ellen has dedicated
this book in their memories.
Like every other work that she has ever published,this book
is definitely a keep-sake.I highly recommend it to everyone
who is interested in the documentary film and in Mary Ellen Mark.
Jeffrey Bryan
White Oak,NC


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