Stunningly rejacketed as part of a major reinvention of this neglected 20th century master
Don McCullin first discovered India with Eric Newby in 1966 and he has been back there again and again in the thirty years since. To him, the subcontinent that is now home to almost a billion people is also the most visually exciting place in the world. Martin Amis has described McCullin as 'a ghostly film director floating around in real life', and it is 'real life' in all its diversity that shines out from the extraordinary photographs and their telling commentary in this book.
“He is a decade ahead of D.H. Lawrence in his portrayal of a woman with a passionate sexual attraction”
“Maugham's best work as a novelist...ahead of its time”
New York Times