ILLUSTRATIONS
1.1William Henry Fox Talbot, ‘A Scene in a Library’, plate VIII from The Pencil of Nature, 1844–6.8
2.1Count de Montizon (Juan Carlos Maria Isidro de Borbón), ‘The Hippopotamus at the Zoological Gardens, Regents Park’, London, 1852.24
3.1Berenice Abbott, ‘Blossom Restaurant; 103 Bowery’, 3 October 1935.44
3.2Lewis W. Hine, ‘Sadie Pfeifer, 48 inches high, has worked half a year. One of the many small children at work in Lancaster Cotton Mills. 30 November 1908. Location: Lancaster, South Carolina.’51
3.3Lewis W. Hine, ‘Many youngsters here. Some boys were so small they had to climb up on the spinning frame to mend the broken threads and put back the empty bobbins. Location: Macon, Georgia. 19 January 1909.’52
3.4Walker Evans, ‘Flood refugees, Arkansas’, c. 1937.55
3.5Henri Cartier-Bresson, ‘INDONESIA. Jakarta. Independence. 1949.’57
4.1, 4.2Nadar (Gaspard Félix Tournachon), ‘Sarah Bernhardt’, 1865.66
4.3Disdéri (André-Adolphe-Eugène), ‘Jeune homme’ [Young Man], 1858/9.70
4.4Anon. Photographs of prisoners, Wormwood Scrubs, London, c.1880.72
4.5Gillian Wearing, Signs that say what you want them to say and not Signs that say what someone else wants you to say, ‘I’M DESPERATE’, 1992–3.85
5.1Tony Ray-Jones, ‘Glyndebourne’, 1967.88
5.2Francis Frith, ‘The Pyramids of El-Gizeh, from the South West’, Egypt, 1857.100
5.3Martin Parr, ‘The Pyramids’, Giza, Egypt, 1995/2007.101

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
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  • 1- History 8
  • 2- Photography Theory 24
  • 3- Documentary and Story-Telling 45
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