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Photography and Literature - Francois Brunet,
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Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: Little Brown, 1979. (1st) Large, very thick, heavy book, quality blue cloth with very bright gilt facsimile signature at bottom front, very bright gilt lettering with ornate ivory design on spine, dark yellow inside covers and adjacent end papers, 1521 pages. Designed by Paul Bacon. Three glossy photo sections. DJ and book, both Fine.. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Bacon, Paul., Little Brown, 1979, Ewing, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Univ of California Pr, 2007. Corners are bumped, otherwise binding is straight and tight, book is bright and unmarked. Excellent dust jacket with very light edge wear and scuffing in a new Mylar protective cover.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Univ of California Pr, 2007, Reaktion Books, June 2009. Trade Paperback. Used - Like New. Aspiring writers are often admonished to 'show, not tell,' an instruction that immediately speaks to the relationship between the written word and the visual world. It is a tenuous correspondence--both literature and art are striving toward the same goal of depiction, but the reality they portray is shaped by their chosen tools. As Francois Brunet argues in 'Photography and Literature,' the advent of photography posed one of the greatest challenges to writers--here was an artistic medium that could almost instantly distill a scene or perspective. As Brunet shows, the result of this challenge has been a fantastic interplay between the two and between photographers and writers themselves. 'Photography and Literature' assess the complete history of photography, and Brunet begins by examining how the invention of photography was shaped by written culture, both scientific and literary. As well, Brunet looks at the creation of the photo-book, the frequent personal discovery of photography by writers, and how photography and literature eventually began to trade tools and merge formats to create a new photo-textual genre. Highly illustrated, 'Photography and Literature' reflects a photographer's point of view, giving new attention to such works as the groundbreaking exploration of photography in 'The Pencil of Nature 'by William Henry Fox Talbot and Sophie Calle's projects with Jean Baudrillard and Paul Auster. Essential for anyone interested in the intersection of the verbal and the visual, 'Photography and Literature 'provides a fascinating wealth of autobiography, manifesto, and fiction as well as a variety of images from the first daguerreotypes to the digital age., Reaktion Books

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New York: Henry Holt & Co, 2012. A memoir as seen through the history of his body. First printing. Spine ends gently bumped with corresponding crimps to the Brodart covered jacket. Inscribed to Julie and signed by Auster on the title page. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Inscribed By the Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine., Henry Holt & Co, 2012, Reaktion Books, London, 2009, Softcover, Fine, 1st, 19 x 22 cm, 550 gm, 172 pp, ISBN 9781861894298.Aspiring writers are often admonished to "show, not tell," an instruction that immediately speaks to the relationship between the written word and the visual world. It is a tenuous correspondenceboth literature and art are striving toward the same goal of depiction, but the reality they portray is shaped by their chosen tools. As Fran ois Brunet argues in Photography and Literature, the advent of photography posed one of the greatest challenges to writershere was an artistic medium that could almost instantly distill a scene or perspective. As Brunet shows, the result of this challenge has been a fantastic interplay between the two and between photographers and writers themselves. Photography and Literature assess the complete history of photography, and Brunet begins by examining how the invention of photography was shaped by written culture, both scientific and literary. As well, Brunet looks at the creation of the photo-book, the frequent personal discovery of photography by writers, and how photography and literature eventually began to trade tools and merge formats to create a new photo-textual genre. Highly illustrated, Photography and Literature reflects a photographer's point of view, giving new attention to such works as the groundbreaking exploration of photography in The Pencil of Nature by William Henry Fox Talbot and Sophie Calle's projects with Jean Baudrillard and Paul Auster. Essential for anyone interested in the intersection of the verbal and the visual, Photography and Literature provides a fascinating wealth of autobiography, manifesto, and fiction as well as a variety of images from the first daguerreotypes to the digital age., Reaktion Books, 2009

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Aspiring writers are often admonished to show, not tell, an instruction that immediately speaks to the relationship between the written word and the visual world. It is a tenuous correspondenceboth literature and art are striving toward the same goal of depiction, but the reality they portray is shaped by their chosen tools. As Franois Brunet argues in Photography and Literature , the advent of photography posed one of the greatest challenges to writershere was an artistic medium that could almost instantly distill a scene or perspective. As Brunet shows, the result of this challenge has been a fantastic interplay between the two and between photographers and writers themselves.             Photography and Literature assess the complete history of photography, and Brunet begins by examining how the invention of photography was shaped by written culture, both scientific and literary. As well, Brunet looks at the creation of the photo-book, the frequent personal discovery of photography by writers, and how photography and literature eventually began to trade tools and merge formats to create a new photo-textual genre. Highly illustrated, Photography and Literature reflects a photographer's point of view, giving new attention to such works as the groundbreaking exploration of photography in The Pencil of Nature by William Henry Fox Talbot and Sophie Calle's projects with Jean Baudrillard and Paul Auster.             Essential for anyone interested in the intersection of the verbal and the visual, Photography and Literature provides a fascinating wealth of autobiography, manifesto, and fiction as well as a variety of images from the first daguerreotypes to the digital age. Literary Criticism Literary Criticism eBook, Reaktion Books

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Aspiring writers are often admonished to "show, not tell," an instruction that immediately speaks to the relationship between the written word and the visual world. It is a tenuous correspondence--both literature and art are striving toward the same goal of depiction, but the reality they portray is shaped by their chosen tools. As Francois Brunet argues in "Photography and Literature," the advent of photography posed one of the greatest challenges to writers--here was an artistic medium that could almost instantly distill a scene or perspective. As Brunet shows, the result of this challenge has been a fantastic interplay between the two and between photographers and writers themselves. "Photography and Literature" assess the complete history of photography, and Brunet begins by examining how the invention of photography was shaped by written culture, both scientific and literary. As well, Brunet looks at the creation of the photo-book, the frequent personal discovery of photography by writers, and how photography and literature eventually began to trade tools and merge formats to create a new photo-textual genre. Highly illustrated, "Photography and Literature" reflects a photographer's point of view, giving new attention to such works as the groundbreaking exploration of photography in "The Pencil of Nature "by William Henry Fox Talbot and Sophie Calle's projects with Jean Baudrillard and Paul Auster. Essential for anyone interested in the intersection of the verbal and the visual, "Photography and Literature "provides a fascinating wealth of autobiography, manifesto, and fiction as well as a variety of images from the first daguerreotypes to the digital age. Photography and Literature Brunet, Francois, Reaktion Books

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Photography and Literature
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Brunet, Francois

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Photography and Literature

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Examines photography's encounters with literature from the point of view of photography, providing a new way of understanding its interplay with literature and the printed page. The author begins by showing how photography's invention and its publication were shaped by written culture, both scientific and literary.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781861894298
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1861894295
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 2009
Publisher: Reaktion Books
173 Pages
Weight: 0,635 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1861894295

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-86189-429-5, 978-1-86189-429-8


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