Text by Paul Bowles, illustrated throughout with the striking black white photography of Peter W Haeberlin The two combined their talents to produce this pictoirial account of life in the desert hill country of Northern Africa The photographs reproduced here in gravure print, were collected by Haeberlin between the years 1949 to 1953 Generally alone carrying with him almost nothing but his camera he made four extensive trips throughout N Africa In these dangerous surroundings, with enormous courage, diplomacy simplicity, as well as an iron constitution, he travelled in the stark limitless stretches of hill country desert, venturing into places the ordinary traveller wouldn t dare The sensitivity feeling for primitive beauty is evident in his work. Best Download [ Yallah ] by [ Paul Bowles ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk
Paul Bowles grew up in New York, and attended college at the University of Virginia before traveling to Paris, where became a part of Gertrude Stein s literary and artistic circle Following her advice, he took his first trip to Tangiers in 1931 with his friend, composer Aaron Copeland.In 1938 he married author and playwright Jane Auer see Jane Bowles He moved to Tangiers permanently in 1947, with Auer following him there in 1948 There they became fixtures of the American and European expatriate scene, their visitors including Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams and Gore Vidal Bowles continued to live in Tangiers after the death of his wife in 1973.Bowles died of heart failure in Tangier on November 18, 1999 His ashes were interred near the graves of his parents and grandparents in Lakemont, New York.
- 83 pages
- Paul Bowles
- 14 December 2019 Paul Bowles