Cousteau: The Captain and His World

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W. Morrow, 1989 - Science - 316 pages
In this first balanced portrait of this little-understood, greatly admired man, the author recounts Cousteau's life as a seaman and adventurer and reveals the off-camera techniques behind his famous documentaries

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Cousteau, the captain and his world

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This comes very soon after Axel Madsen's Cousteau ( LJ 12/15/86), and both cover much the same ground, although the tone of the two books differs greatly. Madsen, writing with the cooperation of ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
13
TWO On the Road
21
THREE The First Menfish
42
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