Segal’s life is explored through his writing and art and through interviews with those he influenced. The book is liberally illustrated with photographs and line drawings, including 24 full colour reproductions of his paintings.
The dust wrapper is in near fine condition, fresh, witha minor scuff to the top front top corner.
The binding is secure and tight.
Inside, the content is clean and in fine condition.
A Voice at the Borders of Silence
- Publisher: the Overlook Press, 2003
- First edition
- 6 x 9.5 in.
- 283 pages