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(NY): Cowles Education Corporation, (1967).. (1967).. Very good. - 4to, red cloth (lightly bumped; tiny stain to front cover, in dw (soiled; head of dw spine & top edge of rear panel chipped). v & 202 pp. (tiny stain to front endpaper; small red stain & 2 ink marks to fore- edge). Profuse B&W illustrations from photographs by Arthur Rothstein. Near fine internally.
The Rothstein photographs are quintessential images of American life. Each is reproduced with Saroyan's commentary and meditation on the image on the facing page. Saroyan writes in his introduction: "Putting words to pictures may seem a funny business, but that is precisely what man has done from the beginning--that is how he made everything he did in fact make, and how he came to find, measure, and try to understand everything else. New pictures impel new words, new variations of words. One picture is worth a thousand words. Yes, but only if you look at the picture and say or think the thousand words." Dust jacket present.
Title: LOOK AT US/LET'S SEE/HERE WE ARE/LOOK HARD, SPEAK SOFT/ I SEE, YOU SEE, WE ALL SEE/ STOP, LOOK, LISTEN/ BEHOLDER'S EYE/DON'T LOOK NOW, BUT ISN'T THAT YOU? (US? U.S.?)
Publisher: (NY): Cowles Education Corporation, (1967).: (1967).
Book Condition: Very good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 330
Keywords: PHOTOGRAPHY; LITERATURE; AMERICANA; ROTHSTEIN.