In the spirit of George Orwell's Down and Out in Paris and London, Nick Danziger has written a harrowing account of the marginalized, the homeless, and the unemployed of Great Britain. Featuring 48 photographs. In 1994, for the better part of a ...
year, Nick Danziger lived among the homeless and unemployed in the ruined factory towns and ``no-go'' areas of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. There, he won the trust, shared the lives, and listened to the stories of hundreds of society's outsiders. In words and photographs, he records the lives of Britain's forgotten people as he pays tribute to their resilience in the face of overwhelming odds. Nick Danziger is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and a highly published photographer; he is the author of Danziger's Travels and Danziger's Adventures: From Miami to Kabul. 368 pp 5 x 8 48 b/w photos
Number of pages: 368
Date of publication: 01/09/1997
Edition New Ed
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This book is a bit out of date- it was first published in 1996- but it is still totally terrifying.The author (a photographer and freelance writer) set off around the UK and stopped for a while amongst the most remote, poor, derelict, hopelessThis book is a bit out of date- it was first published in 1996- but it is still totally terrifying. The author (a photographer and freelance writer) set off around the UK and stopped for a while amongst the most remote, poor, derelict, hopeless communities along the way, to give an idea of what these people have to live with. There's no moral or messages here, just straight forward documentary in words and pictures, and it makes you weep. ...Continua Nascondi