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Windows of the Soul

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Recounted in gripping words and unforgettable images, Alexandra Avakian's remarkable experiences traveling and working in the Muslim world will draw readers in, introducing them to friends and terrorists, leaders and thieves and everyday people.


Here, she takes you along as she captures some of the most important recent events—famine in Sudan, violence in Gaza and Somalia, the daily life of Hezbollah. Her style is always probing, yet compassionate.


  • Hardcover
  • 208 pages
  • 10 x 10"
  • © 2008

Alexandra Avakian is a photojournalist and a member of the prestigious Contact Press Images photo agency in New York. She is a contract photographer with National Geographic and a frequent contributor to Time and The New York Times Magazine.


Read her blog. Windows of the Soul.


"Filled with evocative photographs form twenty-five years in the Muslim world..."—Booklist

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Mezmorizing! Fantastic! Loved this book

By Helene Quinn

from Balto, MD USA

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Pros

  • Deep Insight
  • Easy To Understand
  • Inspiring
  • Well Written

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    Best Uses

    • Gift
    • Reference
    • Travel Reading
    • Younger Readers

    Comments about Windows of the Soul:

    This book grabbed me! I read it in several days while I was laid up sick at home & it moved me. The pictures tell a story but the narrative took me right there. I feel like I know exactly what the writer went through. Great job of not swaying her opinion or leading the reader anywhere. It is not meant as a pro or con to these cultures. I saw all aspects of this section of a world I may never see. I feel like I know them a lot better, & as members of the human race... I identify.

    Thank you for the opportunity to learn more about LIFE!

    Helene

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