Oblong 4to, pp. 96; black cloth, pictorial dustjacket; felt-pen mark to lower edge of book-block; very good in a very good jacket (one crease to rear cover).
US $468 €396
First edition, with an introduction by Milos Forman – Mark’s moving series of portraits taken in the secure female ward of Oregon State Hospital. Mark had first encountered the women there in 1975 on a story about the filming of One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest. She returned the following year and spent 36 days on the ward – Karen Folger Jacobs provided the interviews.
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