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Pearson Addison Wesley
From Publishers Weekly
Goldberg, a freelance journalist, recounts Bourke-White's achievements as the first woman photojournalist accredited to the U.S. armed forces. PW called this an "insightful, impressively researched biography that portrays a brave, dramatic and oddly vulnerable woman."
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From Library Journal
A talented photography critic offers by far the best portrait of the super-star of photojournalism who died 15 years ago. Goldberg has made sensitive use of rich archival materials and interviews with Bourke-White's family, friends, and colleagues at Fortune and Life. Analyzing style and methods of work, she focuses on the tremendous drive to be not only the best but a celebrity. She also details the many love affairs and offers dramatic accounts of personal daring on assignments worldwide. Too... read more --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.