The third book in photographer Sam Haskins' classic 1960's trilogy which followed Five Girls and Cowboy Kate and Other Stories, In 'Cowboy Kate', Sam Haskins used his camera for telling the story of a wild, lolloping western girl who curved like the wandering Rio Grande. In 'Five Girls', he reported on beauty, the luscious beauty of Bes, Gill, Anna, Helmi and Shirl-how they looked and what they did. Now, Sam Haskins' camera is for making poetry, for telling us what we already know but cannot tell ourselves, These pictures of a lovely girl and her hopeless longing for a man who will never come are an ode to loneliness.
Dustcover condition: Tear in dust cover (see Picture) but covered in plastic.
Book condition: Very Good
Hardcover: 128 Pages
Publisher : Bodley (1 Jan. 1967)
Language : English
Dimensions: 36cm x 27 cm
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