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On The Way To An Ambush. By Bruce Connew. In Softcovers, 1999, Colour and Black and White Photographs, illustrations, maps, 175 Pages, Published By The Victoria University Press Wellington. A Near Fine Copy. ' In 1989, celebrated New Zealand photographer Bruce Connew spent five weeks in Burma, observing the Karen people's war with the Burmese government troops. On his return to New Zealand he succumbed to virulent malaria. His photographs and notes were put aside and almost forgotten- until several years later when fresh news of the struggle reawakened Connew's interest in the Karen's tragedy, and also caused him to question his own actions and motivations. Bruce Connew's book is at once about being a witness to human beastliness, being a photographer and being Bruce Connew. Connew is a photojournalist and teller of tales. This is his record of time spent looking, and thinking about what has been seen and what it might mean'
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