Merci Gonaïves.
A Photographer's Account of Haiti and the February Revolution.

Photographs by Danny Lyon.
Bleak Beauty Books, Clintondale, NY, 1988. 64 pp., 46 duotone plates,, 9x11".
"Soon after the collapse of the Duvalier dictatorship, bumper stickers began to appear in Port-au-Prince that read "Merci Gonaïves" (pronounced "Gun-naive"), thanking the small town that began the revolt." With this short introduction Danny Lyon begins his written and photographic account of the Haitian revolution and its ultimate betrayal. A powerful, moving document that transcends its own genre, fashioned by one of our most influential contemporary realists.

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