1 edition of Shutterbabe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (page 315).
|Statement||Deborah Copaken Kogan|
|LC Classifications||TR140.K64 A3 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||313 pages :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||2001043782|
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Shutterbabe: Adventures in Love and War Having read a good portion of the reviews listed, I am left pondering whether I read the same book, Shutterbabe, and whether another review would be helpful. I must because DC Kogan has, as an artist, provided me with very much needed insight into my marriage of 18 years, and a fellow photographer /5(67).
Shutterbabe is a fun, interesting book and I loved the way the author wove in professional experiences across the globe with personal struggles. The book's organization, each chapter named after an important man in the author's life, is an interesting twist. But I was left feeling as though the author allows her life to be defined by the men in it.4/5.
“Shutterbabe zooms in on passionate self-discovery.” —USA Today “Eloquent and well observed, not only about the memoirist, but about the world: war, death, photojournalism and, of course, the worldwide battle between the sexes.” —The Washington Post Book World.
“Shutterbabe, like all good war stories, is flashy and exciting, but it also tells the story of a tender-hearted woman who traded war’s excitement for that of family life.” — The New York Times Book Review/5(33). Book Review: 'Shutterbabe' Because as much as Kogan’s tale is about recording the jungle skirmishes of Africa or the fall of Soviet communism onto Author: Gillian Flynn.