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Unreasonable Behaviour: An Autobiography From The Construction Of The Berlin Wall Through Every Conflict Up To The Falklands War, Photographer Don McCullin Has Left A Trail Of Iconic Images At The Sunday Times Magazine In The S, McCullin S Photography Made Him A New Kind Of Hero The Flow Of Stories Every Sunday Took A Generation Of Readers Beyond The Insularity Of Postwar Britain And Into The Recesses Of Domestic Deprivation When In , A Year Of Political Turmoil, The Beatles Wanted New Pictures, They Insisted On Using McCullin When Francis Bacon, Whose Own Career Had Emerged With Depiction Of The Ravages Of The Flesh, Wanted A Portrait, He Turned To McCullin McCullin Now Spends His Days Quietly In A Somerset Village, Where He Photographs The Landscape And Arranges Still Lifes A Far Cry From The World S Conflict Zones And The War Scarred North London Of Holloway Road, Where His Career Began In October It Will Be Years Since The First Publication Of His Autobiography, Unreasonable Behaviour A Harrowing Memoir Combining His Photojournalism With His Lifework The Time Is Right To Complete McCullin S Story


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5 thoughts on “Unreasonable Behaviour: An Autobiography

  1. says:

    This is a biography, not just for photographers, but for many who like recent history, the conflicts that have plagued many continents over the last 60 years and the story of a man who had an eye for a great photograph by living in the thick of the action This is not a book for War, Glory seekers but of the many people who find tha


  2. says:

    Don McCullin s frank and unsettling autobiography is as graphic and dark as many of his well known photographs Currently enjoying renewed interest in his work through recent exhibitions, he s at pains to explain that he wants to be known just as a photographer rather than the label war photographer but of course, this is what he is m


  3. says:

    I have always admired Don McCullin s work and as a young woman found it deeply affecting His autobiography brought back to me of the wars and atrocities we have inflicted and still continue to inflict on each other This book, a fast paced page turner, gives a factual account of his life from childhood to the present He speaks of his fe


  4. says:

    Written in a crisp, clear and un senitmental style Don McCullin looks back over his remarkable career as a photographer that has taken him into the heart of human beings capacity for cruelty without robbing him of his empathy McCullin has seen things that would break most people but his unwavering eye and determination to bear witness re


  5. says:

    This isn t just a another book a book about photography or a hard nosed war reporter going against all odds to get the picture.This biography is about people involved in poverty or war and often both, and how a young man from poverty took or either made the opportunity to go see the world with all it s faults until going to conflicts becam


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