Shah Of Shahs by Ryszard Kapuscinski

This book is a compelling blend of history and personal narratives, set against the backdrop of Iran's 1979 revolution. The author, a seasoned journalist, delves into the complex tapestry of Iranian society, exploring the rise and fall of the last monarch. Through a series of vignettes and interviews with Iranians from all walks of life, the narrative captures the atmosphere of fear and hope that defined the era. The work is as much an examination of the mechanics of power and the ease with which a society can be manipulated as it is a chronicle of a pivotal moment in Iran's history. The author's lyrical prose and sharp insights offer a timeless reflection on the nature of tyranny and the human struggle for freedom.

The 2247th greatest book of all time


Published
1982
Nationality
Polish
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
152
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Polish

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