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Minamata The story of the poisoning of a city, and of the people who choose to carry the burden of courage.,by W. Eugene Smith /  Aileen M. Smith

  • Minamata The story of the poisoning of a city, and of the people who choose to carry the burden of courage.,by W. Eugene Smith /  Aileen M. Smith
  • Minamata The story of the poisoning of a city, and of the people who choose to carry the burden of courage.,by W. Eugene Smith /  Aileen M. Smith
  • Minamata The story of the poisoning of a city, and of the people who choose to carry the burden of courage.,by W. Eugene Smith /  Aileen M. Smith

Minamata The story of the poisoning of a city, and of the people who choose to carry the burden of courage.

W. Eugene Smith / Aileen M. Smith

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Hardcover - One of the high points of 20th-century photojournalism: the Smith's documented the effects of mercury--discharged by a Chisso factory into the town's water and food supply--on the population and the Japanese government and Chisso's attempt to hide those effects. See Roth, Book of 101 Books, p.232.
 
Titel Minamata The story of the poisoning of a city, and of the people who choose to carry the burden of courage.
Author W. Eugene Smith / Aileen M. Smith
Signed No
ISBN 0030136318
Language English
Dimensions (cm hxb) 29 x 24
Book condition Fine
Cover condition Very good
Condition description one closed tear in jacket + minimal fraying on top of spine; owner's name on title-page; inside is clean and bright; very nice copy
Binding Hardcover including dustjacket
Edition First edition
Pages 192
Publisher Holt, Rinehart and Winston
Publishing date 1975
Publishing place New York
Number published No
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