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Title:Reizen met mijzelf en anderen
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Rainbow
ISBN:9067661872
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Number of Pages:440
Category:Travel, Non fiction, Memoir, Biography, Autobiography

Reizen met mijzelf en anderen by Martha Gellhorn

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Reizen met mijzelf en anderen Vanaf de jaren dertig bezocht Martha Gellhorn als reiziger en journalist meer dan landen In Reizen met mijzelf en anderen schrijft ze laconiek geestig en onopvallend goed gedocumenteerd over haar avontuurlijke reizen en verhaalt ze van de bijzondere gebeurtenissen en rampspoeden die haar in den vreemde overkomen Dit boek is geworden tot een soort bijbel voor allen die willen reizen en daar ook nog eens boeiend over willen vertellen Want niemand kan met zoveel smaak en understatement vertellen over haar gruwelreizen als Martha Gellhorn

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The Trouble I've Seen, Point of No Return, Liana, The Novellas of Martha Gellhorn, Travels With Myself and Another, The Weather In Africa/Three Novellas, The View from the Ground, Selected Letters, A Stricken Field, The Face of War
First published in but now offered in a revised and expanded edition The View from the Ground presents over six decades of Gellhorn s ruminations on political civil and social issues and crises from a lynching in the American South in the s through a recent visit to Cuba to see what is new and what remains the same in a country that is still off limits to most Americans Gellhorn s ability to get to the truth of a situation heard makes her writing transcend the short shelf life of most reportage, Blending cool lyricism and fiery emotion alternately prickly and welcoming funny and stern Gellhorn is one of the most extraordinary women of our era i Chicago Sun Times i br Spanning more than years and settings that range from Depression era America to the smartest London dinner parties to the highlands of East Africa the novellas of Martha Gellhorn display the same qualities that have made her one of the most famous journalists of the twentieth century an indelible sense of place prose of breathtaking swiftness and precision and an unerring fix on the hidden motives of her characters Above all Martha Gellhorn explores the ways men and women live privately and often passionately amid the rush of history br Reading Martha Gellhorn for the first time is a staggering experience She is not a travel writer or a journalist or a novelist she is all of these and one of the most eloquent witnesses of the twentieth century Bill Buford i Granta i br Martha Gellhorn is one of our very best writers To the swift and vibrant medium of the novella she brings a richness of experience a tenderness and depth of feeling i The Atlantic i br Peerless and hilarious Martha Gellhorn is a wittily astringent writer i Vogue i, Originally published in this powerful novel follows a U S Army infantry battalion in Europe through the last months of the Second World War through the Battle of the Bulge the Allied sweep across Germany and the discovery of the Nazi death camps Jacob Levy a young soldier from St Louis has never given much thought to politics world affairs or his own Jewish heritage but after the liberation of Dachau he confronts the horror of the Holocaust and takes his own violent revenge Jolted into a new understanding of humanity s connectedness he comes to terms with his own Jewish identity and grapples with questions of individual moral responsibility that are still contemporary fifty years later In her afterword Martha Gellhorn traces the roots of the novel in her own experience as a war correspondent who first heard of the Nazi concentration camps during the Spanish Civil War and herself got to Dachau a week after American soldiers discovered the camp at the end of a village street, No description available