Alison Leslie Gold
Lost and Found

Alison Leslie Gold, known best for her work on Anne Frank and the Holocaust, relates a personal memoir, centred on recent losses of loved ones and on various findings that to some extent offset the losses. This is explored through a series of letters, a meditation on ageing, friendship, and the sort of ‘translation’ required when writing to the dead. Her text is accompanied by 13 paintings from Charlotte Salomon’s timeless masterpiece Leben? oder Teater?

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The Guardian March 2010

  • 40 pages

  • 13 colour images

  • 240 x 150mm

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  • Sewn paperback with dust jacket

  • Out of print

    Available as part of the complete set
    £ 445