Looking at Death.
Text by Barbara P. Norfleet.
David R. Godine,
144 pp., 107 duotone plates, 9½x8¾".
No one looking at this extraordinary book, a collection of over a hundred gripping and often shocking photographs, will ever again look at death in the same way. Here is death on the stage and death by violence, death in war, and death in medicine. There is humor and pathos, art and artifice. To say this book will provoke thought, comment, and even outrage is to trivialize its intentions. For it may be that in appreciating death's finality, on looking at it, as Norfleet does, right in the eye, we can come closer to appreciating the gift of life.
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