Daddy and Me: A Photo Story of Arthur Ashe and His Daughter, Camera by Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe

The widow of tennis star Arthur Ashe, who recently died of AIDS, offers a photographic portrait of Ashe's relationship with his six-year-old daughter during his illness, accompanied by the child's reflections on living with and helping her father.

"What you will see here is a portrait of Arthur and Camera as they care for each other on bad days and play together as father and daughter on good days," writes Arthur Ashe's widow, Moutoussamy-Ashe, in her introductory note. Anything but sentimental or maudlin, her photographs effectively and affectingly chronicle daily interactions between Camera and her father after I contracted AIDS. In a straightforward, first-person narrative accompanying the pictures, Camera talks about how she helps her father through his "bad" days, and how does the same for her. As the book comes to a close, she explains how "Daddy got AIDS from a blood transfusion during a heart operation." Her final words ("And one thing's for sure - I love my daddy and my daddy loves me. That's the best medicine and we both agree!
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Daddy and Me: A Photo Story of Arthur Ashe and His Daughter, Camera by Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe

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Daddy and Me: A Photo Story of Arthur Ashe and His Daughter, Camera by Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe

Daddy and Me: A Photo Story of Arthur Ashe and His Daughter, Camera by Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe

$5.00
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The widow of tennis star Arthur Ashe, who recently died of AIDS, offers a photographic portrait of Ashe's relationship with his six-year-old daughter during his illness, accompanied by the child's reflections on living with and helping her father.

"What you will see here is a portrait of Arthur and Camera as they care for each other on bad days and play together as father and daughter on good days," writes Arthur Ashe's widow, Moutoussamy-Ashe, in her introductory note. Anything but sentimental or maudlin, her photographs effectively and affectingly chronicle daily interactions between Camera and her father after I contracted AIDS. In a straightforward, first-person narrative accompanying the pictures, Camera talks about how she helps her father through his "bad" days, and how does the same for her. As the book comes to a close, she explains how "Daddy got AIDS from a blood transfusion during a heart operation." Her final words ("And one thing's for sure - I love my daddy and my daddy loves me. That's the best medicine and we both agree!
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.