Seeing Through Berger by Peter Fuller
Seeing Through Berger by Peter Fuller (Claridge Press / 1988)
A sympathetic critique of John Berger's massively influential 'Ways of Seeing. 'The book includes several essays arising from recent controversies in which a Ruskinian view of society is vindicated against the flip-pant conformism of the modernists.'
Softcover. Some notes and underlining in pencil, including on opening half-title page and Ex-Libris plate pasted on inside front cover together with name of original owner. Some wear to binding indicative of having been read and very light soiling to top, outside edge of text block (paper stock).