In the international best seller Unicorns I Have Known, Robert Vavra brought us magical photographs of the rare, noble creature that has fascinated men from Plato to Picasso. Translated into a range of languages from German to Japanese, the book was also an evocative description of unicorn social behavior and lore. Vavra's quest for the until-now last large, land mammal to be photographed, leads him to Kenya and the Forest of the Lost Children. Out of print.

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"...exquisite photographs..."
-- THE WASHINGTON POST

"Robert Vavra has moved the mighty and the masses. His photographs are so loved that most of his thirty books have never gone out of print, and the words in them have been translated into ten languages from Japanese to Swedish...Peter Ustinov called him an alchemist with his camera. Ernest Hemingway was his friend; Princess Grace of Monaco, Yehudi Menuhin, Ustinov and James Michener wrote his forewords. Michener says there is no better photographer. The book they did together, IBERIA, was more than a year on the New York Times best seller list..."
-- THE ADVOCATE AND GREENWICH TIMES


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