Diane Arbus: A Biography - Chapters 21-32 Summary & Analysis

Patricia Bosworth
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Chapters 21-32 Summary and Analysis

Diane and Allan were estranged but attempted to stay together for the sake of the children. They moved to Greenwich Village and opened a photography studio in the new place. Eventually, Diane and the girls moved into a different apartment, although she and Allan continued to see one another and periodically entertained together. Allan was getting small parts in off-Broadway plays and loving it. They maintained their partnership in the studio and shared a collaborative relationship in it, but the passionate love was gone. More than anything, Diane wanted to sell her photographs, or at least get them displayed.

Bent upon photographing the unseen and often grotesque elements of New York, Diane began to ride the subways at night, taking pictures of the homeless, the exhibitionists, bag ladies, prostitutes, alcoholics and drug addicts. She developed a longer-term relationship with...

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