The Rage and the Pride

The Rage and the Pride

Book - 2002
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The Italian-born journalist offers her reactions to the events of September 11, 2001, and her views on America, Italy, Europe, Islam and Western civilization, and related topics, interspersed with personal memories.
Publisher: New York : Rizzoli, 2002, c2001.
ISBN: 9780847825042
0847825043
Branch Call Number: 921 F194a
Characteristics: 187 p. ; 21 cm.

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AlanReynolds Oct 24, 2013

Also the first book I've read by Ms Fallacci. Her prose has a fluidity that escapes most modern writers. It is important to remember that her opinions have been formed by a background of her Father and family's membership in the Italian Resistance during WWII and her experiences all over the globe as a war reporter. This book, while published immediately after 9/11 has even more significance today and the dire warnings she wrote about are coming true.

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m_holic
Mar 01, 2013

The first book I red from Fallaci. Her writing is sharp, powerful and passionate. I'm very impressive about some of her stories in Muslim countries. Though not following the pattern of news writing, Fallaci showed us something astonishing, hidden as well as mournful. She used a instinctive, not professional way to write this book, which has advantages (we readers feel more close to her rage and pride) as well as disadvantages (some passages followed fierce emotions too strictly). Personally I think this book is worth reading. It's furious, real and it desperately reflected a journalist's humanity after the devastating 9.11.

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