This book is beautifully presented, and the reproductions of Inge Morath's photography (as well as other illustrations) are lavish, attractively reproduced, and numerous—for these alone the book is worth the purchase. There is also a useful section near the close, compiled by Tessa Hite, that shares a lot of what can be found on Morath in the Beinecke Library at Yale, and a great image of Miller himself in a Steinberg mask (106). Linda Gordon, a professor of humanities and history at New York University, provides the text, in eight chapters taking us through the stages of Morath's life, from her European family origins through to her death from lymphoma in 2002. Given this third volume in the Magnum Foundation's Legacy Program continues its mission to “explore the creative process of Magnum photographers” and the “larger history of photography to which [Magnum] has uniquely contributed” (4), emphasis is meant to...

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