My Italians (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
144
Utgivningsdatum
2016-05-26
Förlag
Penguin Books Ltd
Översättare
Anne Milano Appel
Originalspråk
Italian
Dimensioner
198 x 129 x 8 mm
Vikt
112 g
ISBN
9781846147043
My Italians (häftad)

My Italians

True Stories of Crime and Courage

Häftad Engelska, 2016-05-26
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From the international bestselling author of Gomorrah, this is a deeply personal and candid portrait of Italy today: a place of trafficking and toxic waste, where votes can be bought and sold, where organized crime ravages both north and south - yet also where many courageous individuals defy the system, and millions work tirelessly for a better future. 'Saviano is a blazingly vivid and courageous writer' Independent 'A national hero' Umberto Eco 'Saviano has an astonishing ability to write luminously yet subtly about terrible things' Le Parisien 'Brave and passionate' Guardian 'One of the world's finest investigative journalists' GQ
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A symbol of the writer as crusader; brave, unyielding, shining a light into some of the world's darkest corners. -- Josh Glancy * The Times * After reading Saviano, it becomes impossible to see Italy, and the global market, in the same way again. * The New York Times * Saviano is a blazingly vivid and courageous writer. * Independent * A national hero. -- Umberto Eco Brave and passionate. * Guardian *

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Roberto Saviano is an Italian journalist and the author of several books including Zero Zero Zero and the international bestseller Gomorrah, which has sold over ten million copies in fifty languages worldwide. He has been living under police protection since October 2006, following threats received from the criminal organizations that he denounced. In November 2008 Saviano was invited by the Nobel Committee in Stockholm to give a lecture on 'Freedom of Speech and Lawless Violence'.