The big coffee table hardback version is worth having for the scales of the photos, but this paperback edition has to rely on the narrative, and I've found that somewhat misses what it promises. I didn't really find that it gave me any more of an insight into its subject that I've got from the countless other books which have preceeded it. I've kept the hardback, but the paperback has been sold on.
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