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    Joan Didion by Irving Penn

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    • Jill Caldwell

      Joan Didion by Irving Penn. What a wonderful book 'The Year of Magical Thinking' is, working with bereaved people this book helped me understand how to be with them. One to look in to i think!!!

    • Hayley Bryan

      'I write entirely to find out what I'm thinking, what I'm looking at, what I see & what it means. What I want & what I fear.' Joan Didion, by Irving Penn, Vogue, 1996.

    • Micheline Permanne

      Joan Didion (1934) - American author best known for her novels and her literary journalism. Photo by Irving Penn

    • Anné Nieuwenhuizen

      Joan Didion by Irving Penn. Love b&2 portraits, especially of more mature models...

    • The Lifestyle Edit

      Joan Didion by Irving Penn #Inspiration #Women #InternationalWomensDay #JoanDidion

    • Renetta Jane

      Photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, September 1996 Joan Diddion

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    • Arno Francke

      Joan Didion Photo by Irving Penn - September 1996

    • Carolina Gaglione

      Joan Didion – Irving Penn, Vogue, September 1996

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