Haskins, Sam - November Girl.
Originally published in 1967, November Girl is the elegy of the longing of a lovely girl for her dead lover. There is a loneliness about this book that grips you. Sam Haskins's camera is for making poetry, for telling us what we already know but cannot tell ourselves.
Amid mounting expectations after his first book Cowboy Kate had sold over a million copies, Sam Haskins released the third in his trilogy of books of evocative female nudes in 1967. November Girl featured collages that inspired many graphic and surrealist experiments in the 1970s and 1980s.
This newly-revised paperback edition of November Girl is published under supervision of the Sam Haskins Estate.
Samuel Joseph Haskins (11 November 1926 – 26 November 2009), was a British photographer, born and raised in South Africa. He started his career in Johannesburg and moved to London in 1968. Haskins is best known for his contribution to in-camera image montage and his books.
Publisher: Corgi Childrens, 1969
Softcover: 115 pages
Item weight: 430
Dimensions: 27,3 x 20,7 cm