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on 9 November 2013
This is a book about the existentialism of youth. It is not so much the artistry of the images, nor the somewhat unnecessary storyline that make it compelling, as the general atmosphere of the lives portrayed and the feeling of dangerous carefree existence that marks being young. The photos feel staged and fresh and it is constantly surprising to remember that they are from a time long gone and depict real people - many with serious issues who took their own lives within years of the events portrayed.
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on 9 March 2015
LOVE ON THE LEFT BANK, IS NICE.
THIS IS AN OK BOOK FOR ITS PRICE.
NICE PRINT AND QUALITY.
NOT VERY BIG.
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on 24 January 2002
Love on the Left Bank is a real reflection on post war Parisian life. This series of photographs tells us of a young Mexican who is wrongly convicted and imprisoned, but more importantly the melancholy lives of the young bohemians. Without writen detail this collection shows us the nature of their nocturnal, aimless, opium addicted lives.
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