Most of the photographs are of people: of refugees, prisoners of war and the relatives of the missing. But this is not so much a book about victims as about survivors. His genre is of the compelling portrait, the captured glance, the giveaway gesture. It is a book about resilience, about the capacity to survive in the most adverse of circumstances. Also seen are musicians, soldiers, artists, shopkeepers - even a grandmother driving a tank - nuns with video camera and a cellist in the ruins of Sarajevo. Paul Harris is the author/photographer of "Somebody Else's War".
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