Mata Hari, a life through images di Mauro Macedonio
 
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  • Titolo: Mata Hari, a life through images
  • Autore: Mauro Macedonio
  • Data di uscita:2017
  • Pagine: 264
  • Copertina: morbida
  • Editore: Youcanprint
  • ISBN: 9788892637818
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{DESC} “Mata Hari, a life through images” is a journey of discovering, through the pictures of places and people, of one of the protagonists of the Belle Époque. Model, dancer, major figure in the Parisian salons, spy considered a “double agent”, Margaretha Geertruida Zelle was born in the late 1800s and she raged on the scenes of early 1900s. Paris went crazy for her and for her innovative shows, which combined Eastern dances with the sensuality of first stripteases. Her sparkling life ended too soon, used and executed as a scapegoat against the background of World War I. All of this is told with the support of more than 700 images, some unpublished, of the people she met and the men she loved, of the places where she lived and of the clubs she frequented. The experience finishes with the list of her shows, of the countries and cities which she visited.
 
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Ton Zelle - febbraio 26, 2018
The most complete photo collection EVER put together in one book. An true ode to the life of this extraordinary woman!
Ton Zelle
(Mata Hari's relative)

Jan De W. - dicembre 28, 2017
It is a great book to see, you can look at it over and over again as there are so many photographs of Mata Hari in it.
Really "a must" for every Mata Hari fan.
Jan De W. (Mata Hari collector)

Sandra Cerro - dicembre 28, 2017
“It’s a very beautiful and complete edition. Congratulations!!” Sandra Cerro (Director of Sandra Cerro Graphology Centre, Madrid)
Lourens Oldersma - dicembre 28, 2017
“I was impressed by the numbers of images you found. It gives a marvellous view on the life of Margaretha.” Lourens Oldersma (Director of Tresoar, Frisian Historical and Literary Centre, in Leeuwarden, Mata Hari's hometown)

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