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This book is a long-overdue addition to the literature on Jackson Pollock, perhaps the greatest modern American painter, as Life Magazine first suggested in 1948. Most such claims focus on the large abstract paintings Pollock did between 1947 and 1950. Elizabeth Langhorne demonstrates that these works have their place in an arduous journey, a quest for the meaning of life....
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