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The Last of the Nuba Hardcover – 29 Mar 1976

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5.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous book. 28 Jun. 2009
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What a magnificent eye she has. Cinema's loss, photography's gain. She approaches the Nuba with a sense of wonder as well as a seasoned perspective. Her love for her subject is uncompromising. Their beauty is her beauty.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Greatest Photo Books 20 Mar. 2010
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Unarguably, one of the greatest photo books ever. Criticize Riefenstahl as you may, but if she hadn't been there then and done what she did, these elegant people would be gone without a trace. The text is as fascinating as are the images.
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