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    review Oriana Fallaci Download Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Cristina De Stefano Cristina De Stefano ½ 4 Read This book has only recently been translated into English and published in the United States by Other Press of New York It is five years old already not that it particularly matters In fact one could argue it has come out

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    PDF/EPUB Oriana Fallaci Download Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Cristina De Stefano review Oriana Fallaci “Oriana Fallaci The Journalist the Agitator the Legend” by Cristina de Stefano translated from the Italian by Marina Harss Other Press 2017 First published in Italian as “Oriana una donna” Rizzoli 2013 is a fast pacing account of Oriana Fallaci’s tumultuous lifeThe controversial Italian journalist and novelist was born

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    Cristina De Stefano ½ 4 Read Download Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Cristina De Stefano PDF/EPUB Oriana Fallaci Excellent biography of an extraordinary woman Highly recommend

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    Download Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Cristina De Stefano Cristina De Stefano ½ 4 Read review Oriana Fallaci Long before there was Christiane Amanpour Arwa Damon Marie Colvin Christopher Hitchens and Hunter Thompson’s Gonzo journalism there was the

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    PDF/EPUB Oriana Fallaci What a life What a story Compulsively readable The brevity contains volumes The author's respect and affection for her subject does not distort her view Fallaci's faults are legion and they are well represented here Fallaci's supposed Islamophobia is addressed directly Her criticism of religious extremism knows no denominational bounds She is adamantly antifascist anti theocratic and pro woman And as a New Y

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    PDF/EPUB Oriana Fallaci I was thrilled when I discovered there is a new translatuon of biography written on one of the greatest EuropeanItalian journalistsreporters from my younger age Oriana Fallaci was born in 1929 the same year as my father and also died at the same year as him 2006 As a reporter she travelled and covered the most interesting events

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    Download Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Cristina De Stefano PDF/EPUB Oriana Fallaci She was a tough journalist a celebrity interviewer and a best selling author Think Christiane Amanpour meets Barbara Walters When I was a young aspiring college journalist she was one of the women I looked up to I watched her to see how it was done Oriana made her reputation as a war correspondent in Vietnam but it was her hard hitting interviews with world figures that made her famous Henry Kissinger Indira Gandhi Go

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    review Oriana Fallaci Cristina De Stefano ½ 4 Read Download Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ½ Cristina De Stefano A biography of a very accomplished journalist and later a writer She is fearless and brilliant and not one to take no for an answer Her interviews with top world politicians left a high mark in her journalistic career She operated in mostly ‘man’s world’ but took no prisoners She was obsessive and thorough and proved to herself that her gender was no hinderance The author did an excellent job in portraying Oriana Fallaci at times to

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    PDF/EPUB Oriana Fallaci Cristina De Stefano ½ 4 Read review Oriana Fallaci I had seen them arrive orderly disciplined regimented a real flock that goes where those who command want it to go those who promise who frighten it proceeds with closed eyes since there's no need to see the road the road is a solid

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Oriana Fallaci Read ç 104 Cristina De Stefano ½ 4 Read A landmark biography of the most famous Italian journalist of the twentieth century an inspiring and often controversial woman who defied the codes of reportage and established the La Fallaci style of interviewOriana Fallaci is known for her uncompromising vision To retrace Fallaci's life means to retrace the course of history from World War II to 911 As a child Fallaci enlisted herself in the Italian Resistance alongside her father Her hatred of fascism and authoritarian regimes would accom. This book has only recently been translated into English and published in the United States by Other Press of New York It is five years old already not that it particularly matters In fact one could argue it has come out at precisely the right time The Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci was born in 1929 and lived her life uncompromisingly doing what she wanted where she wanted when she wanted She hated the way women were treated but she did not hate men She loved men and she was loved by them in turn for her feminine nature her intelligence her courage Fallaci died in 2006 in FlorenceOriana never wanted a biographeror an opera or a movie made of her life All these things are what one images when we read of what she has done This biography does exactly what a biography should makes us thirst for the woman herself her writing her thinking De Stefano helps us by picking out those things Fallaci s audience are curious about like sources of her outspokenness and critical thinking her major works and the circumstances in which she wrote them the places she went the places she vacationed Seeing early photographs of the diminutive Oriana navigating post WWII Italian newspaper work usually with a cigarette in her hand don t make her look hard and accomplished but paradoxically vulnerable while trying to look as tough as possible She gradually developed a style of interviewing subjects that included herself in the story She never pretended to be objective but would ask difficult uestions of the subject a result of her deep knowledge of them from extensive research Fallaci originally started coming to the United States to report on Hollywood and the actors and celebrities who lived there She learned English on the job Gradually she found actors shallow and uninteresting unworthy of the attention she was lavishing on them and began reporting instead on astronautsShe was so attracted to the team planning a trip to the moon because they were disciplined brave and willing to sacrifice In every other way they were the opposite of her They live in neat little houses lined up next to the other like cells in a convent Each has a wife kids short hair clear ideas She meets with seven of themto her they seem almost like clones It takes all her talent to find a distinctive uality in each of them But as with every subject she writes about this is what fascinates her most the human element Oriana will go on to become fast friends with the astronauts they will carry her photo with them to the moon and tell her they wish she could come along for the ride They recognize her courageous spirit and her unflinching intelligence and willingness to look truth in the faceFallaci became a worldwide phenomenon during her time reporting on the Vietnam War She interviewed General Gi p head of Vietcong forces and Henry Kissinger whose carefully modulated voice finally responded candidly to a difficult and insistent uestion by calling himself a cowboy The main point is that I ve always acted alone he says Americans like that immensely Americans like the cowboy who leads the wagon train by riding ahead alone on his horse the cowboy who rides all alone into the town the village with his horse and nothing else Fallaci isn t afraid to paint unattractive portraits of the people she interviews but uses her uestions and instincts to uncover examples of deception and its reverse a respect where she didn t expect to find it with Ayatollah Khomeini for instance Fallaci for the most part did not like people in power that is she did not like what power did to people She wanted to interview Pope John Paul II but he refused her reuest Apparently the notes Fallaci made in preparation for that interview included uestions like Why is the Church so obsessed with sex and Why do you expect a lack of political engagement by Latin American priests but not of Polish priests Fallaci had grown up with her fellow Italians in the resistance to love Americans who they were and what they stood for But over time even though she chooses to live out much of her life when she is settled or when she is old in New York City the war in Vietnam breaks her love affair with America America has disappointed meIt s like when you re completely in love with a person and you get married and then day after day you realize that the person isn t as exceptional as extraordinary or marvelous or good or intelligent as you thought The US has been like a bad husband It betrays me every day But you like Americans her colleague insists Yes of course I love children she answersThere is The read is utterly compelling no matter that Fallaci did not want anyone representing her while she was alive De Stefano gives us a great deal of insight into Fallaci s character who she loved the miscarriages which ended up breaking her heart She did not suffer fools but she loved life She called it an adventure

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Oriana Fallaci

Oriana Fallaci Read ç 104 Cristina De Stefano ½ 4 Read Pany her throughout her life Covering the entertainment industry early on in her career she created an original abrasive interview style focusing on her subject's emotions contradictions and facial expressions than their words When she grew bored of interviewing movie stars and directors she turned her attention to the greatest international figures of the time Khomeini Gaddafi Indira Gandhi and Kissinger placing herself front and center in the story Reporting from the front lines of the wor. Excellent biography of an extraordinary woman Highly recommend

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Oriana Fallaci Read ç 104 Cristina De Stefano ½ 4 Read Ld's greatest conflicts she provoked her own controversies wherever she was stationed leaving behind epic collateral damage in her wake Thanks to unprecedented access to personal records Cristina De Stefano brings back to life a remarkable woman whose groundbreaking work and torrid love affairs will not soon be forgotten Oriana Fallaci allows a new generation to discover her story and witness the passionate persistent journalism that we urgently need in these times of upheaval and uncertaint. I was thrilled when I discovered there is a new translatuon of biography written on one of the greatest EuropeanItalian journalistsreporters from my younger age Oriana Fallaci was born in 1929 the same year as my father and also died at the same year as him 2006 As a reporter she travelled and covered the most interesting events wars interviews Her articles were very special her uestions at interviews were interesting private nosy braveeven when she was interviewing people such as Reza Pahlavi Khomeini Kissinger As students we all read Oriana Fallaci Oriana Fallaci s articles and books were favorite subjects I read 2 of her books in 1980es A man and Letter to a child never born absolutely loved these books in that timeThis book is a very well written biography of Oriana Fallaci A well researched and a well delivered document rich interesting lots of photographs entertaining hard to put down Really great I absolutely loved it 10 if possibleExcellent

  • Hardcover
  • 282
  • Oriana Fallaci
  • Cristina De Stefano
  • English
  • 09 February 2020
  • 9781590517864