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Description “You have two options when you approach a hostile checkpoint, and both are a gamble,” writes photographer Lynsey Addario. In March 2011 Addario was one of four journalists held captive for six days by government soldiers in Libya. She was stripped of her cameras and shoes: “The soldiers picked me up by my hands and feet and carried me away.” Initially inspired by the street photography of Sebastião Salgado, she was drawn into the dangerous profession of war photography after the 11 September attacks. Her years covering conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Darfur and Libya have yielded lasting images of ordinary people, especially of women and children, and earned her a 2009 Pulitzer Prize. A gripping and revealing memoir. (Penguin Press)