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George Rodger: An Adventure in Photography, 1908-1995

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He was a trailblazing twentieth-century British photojournalist but George Rodger lived in the adventurous tradition of nineteenth-century explorers. Cofounding Magnum Photos in 1947 with Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa, the modest Rodger was eclipsed by his partnersuntil now.

Rodger's Indiana Jones-style escapades are legendary and worth the telling. He once covered
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Syracuse University Press
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Biographies written by friends of the subject are always transforming, certainly for the author. Carole Naggar shares her virtual journey of discovery in parallel with the remarkable travel and travails of George Rodger in this post-mortem recollection driven biography. Naggar does not hesitate to share in both prologue and epilogue the results on her own views of her friend the results of her journey into the life of George Rodger.

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