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White Pine Press
Stephen White, The Bloomsbury Review
"...a stunning colaboration of visions: the vision of a great photographer and the vision of a great poet. ... Windows that Open Inward is a beuatiful book that can be read and enjoyed many times. It is a pleasure to hold in one's hands."
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Spanish
Poetry. Photography. "WINDOWS THAT OPEN INWARD: IMAGES OF CHILE is a stunning collaboration of vision: the vision of a great photographer and the vision of a great poet. The book is handsomely published by White Pine Press, and editor Dennis Maloney has masterfully chosen texts by Neruda to accompany the photographs. WINDOWS THAT OPEN INWARD is a beautiful book that can be read and enjoyed many times. It is a pleasure to hold in one's hands." "I do not know Milton Rogovin. / His letter asked me an uncommon question. He wanted to photgraph the truth" ("The Islands and Rogovin").American photographer, Milton Rogovin, "journeyed to Chile in 1967. At Neruda's suggestion he went to the island of Chiloe ....He came away with some extraordinary photographs...." --David Barsamian, Colorado Daily. In English translation with black & white photographs facing each page. Various translators, including Robert Bly, W.S. Merwin, Alastair Reid and William O'Daly.