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Don McCullin. London. Macmillan. 1979. First edition. Cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. 191 pages. Profusely illustrated with b&w plates, many double-page. 350 x 250mm (13¾ x 9¾"). 1.5kg. 0333174798. English. Very good; slight shelf wear to jacket, three short 1cm closed tears to top-edge of jacket, fading to spine, price-clipped; very clean internally, no inscriptions.A selection of images of England and it's people taken by the great war photographer Don McCullin. McCullin had spent fourteen years travelling around the world capturing it's conflicts and upheavals when he decided to return home and photograph his country of birth. He wanted to examine how his absence had affected his notions of England and how he now responded to his people. The result is a very successful collection of images, all displaying McCullin's skill as a documentary photo-journalist. Many of his images capture the underbelly of English society.