Mirror Mirror: A History of the Human Love Affair With Reflection

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Mirror Mirror: A History of the Human Love Affair With Reflection is a 2003 nonfiction book written by American investigative journalist Mark Pendergrast. It was widely reviewed.[1][2]

ISBN 0-465-05470-6 (404 pages)

Synopsis[edit]

Pendergrast attempts to cover the history of mirrors and other reflective, refractive or transparent materials and objects. He begins in antiquity, citing references as old as 6200 to 4500 BCE. He continues the thread to today, including space investigations, X-rays and kaleidoscopes.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schillinger, Liesl, 08-10-2003, Lens Crafters, "The New York Times"
  2. ^ Smith, PD, 03-28-2004. On reflection ..., "The Guardian"