The Eiffel Tower Winnie Denker

ISBN: 9780865659506

Published: 1989

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The Eiffel Tower  by  Winnie Denker

The Eiffel Tower by Winnie Denker
1989 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: 9780865659506 | 8.73 Mb

In 60 or so intense, almost luridly high-color photographs, Denker(photographer for Life, Paris-Match, Stern) focuses on the Eiffel Tower--from all sides and distances ranging from the far-off Place de Bastille to inside the metal monstrosity, asMoreIn 60 or so intense, almost luridly high-color photographs, Denker(photographer for Life, Paris-Match, Stern) focuses on the Eiffel Tower--from all sides and distances ranging from the far-off Place de Bastille to inside the metal monstrosity, as some early (and eminent) detractors of the giraffe .

. . cyclops . . . skeleton . . . suppository called La Tour. There are night shots taken from across the rooftops and river, and others taken at dawn in winter from a hundred yards off. Sagans (Bonjour Tristesse) wry, entertaining history/appreciation of the tower describes why the structure is ascribed the feminine gender and her multi-purposes- what happens if one jumps from the second level (as opposed to the first)- the tourists, among them acrobats, mountaineers, airmen, and employees and statesmen who frequent her.

Included as well is a short biography of Gustave Eiffel, who made--and fought for--his tower. A number of black-and-white historical photos also accompany the text--Hitler on the Champs de Mars, Edith Piaf singing La Marseillaise from on high, etc.



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