"Images of war come back to visit me when I'm trying to sleep"

McClelland, Rebecca
February 2012
New Statesman;2/13/2012, Vol. 141 Issue 5092, p36
An interview with British photojournalist Don McCullin is presented. The article discusses McCullin's "Shaped by War" exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London, England, in 2012. McCullin discusses psychiatric counseling, war reporting, and possible retirement. McCullin also discusses his thoughts on religion, voting, and pessimism.


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