Stranger In A Strange Land (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
320
Utgivningsdatum
2006-12-01
Förlag
The New Press
Dimensioner
203 x 139 x 25 mm
Vikt
362 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781595580689

Stranger In A Strange Land

Encounters in the Disunited States

Häftad, Engelska, 2006-12-01
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Captures the intricacies of a nation perplexed at its growing isolation from the rest of the world and often bitterly divided against itself. This book features clear discussions with Warren Beatty, Michael Moore, Louis Farrakhan, Susan Sontag, Maya Angelou, and others.
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"Before I came to America from England, I asked an American journalist in London what kind of reactions to expect. "Well, when they hear an English accent Americans usually add twenty points to your IQ," he replied. Recalling that the authors of the The Bell Curve had claimed that black people have an IQ fifteen points lower than whites, I was heartened to think that even in the eyes of the most hardened racist I would still come out five points ahead." - From Stranger in a Strange Land "Gary Younge is an excellent journalist - a critical writer at a critical time." - ANDREA LEVY "Forthright, sane, measured, and vivid, Younge sees both England and America with a kind of hard-edged clarity that impresses me no end." - JONATHAN RABAN"

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Gary Younge is the Foreign Correspondent based in New York for The Guardian, and is a frequent contributor to The Nation. He was the recipient of the Washington Post's Lawrence Stern Fellowship in 1996, and his previous book, No Place Like Home, was shortlisted for The Guardian's First Book Award.