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The Granta Book of Reportage

The Granta Book of Reportage

Ian Jack
4.1/5 (56 ratings)
Since its relaunch in 1979, Granta has championed the art and craft of reportage—journalism marked by vivid description, a novelist's eye to form, and eyewitness reporting that reveals hidden truths about people and events that have shaped the world we know. Featuring distinguished writers and reporters such as James Fenton, Martha Gellhorn, Germaine Greer, Ryszard Kapuscinski, John le Carré, Marilynne Robinson, and John Simpson, as well as new talents Elana Lappin, Suketu Mehta, and Wendell Steavenson, the book covers some of the signal events of our time, including the fall of Saigon, the end of apartheid in South Africa, the massacre in Tiananmen Square, and the aftermath of the American invasion of Iraq.
Language
English
Pages
448
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Granta
Release
September 28, 2007
ISBN
1862078157
ISBN 13
9781862078154

The Granta Book of Reportage

Ian Jack
4.1/5 (56 ratings)
Since its relaunch in 1979, Granta has championed the art and craft of reportage—journalism marked by vivid description, a novelist's eye to form, and eyewitness reporting that reveals hidden truths about people and events that have shaped the world we know. Featuring distinguished writers and reporters such as James Fenton, Martha Gellhorn, Germaine Greer, Ryszard Kapuscinski, John le Carré, Marilynne Robinson, and John Simpson, as well as new talents Elana Lappin, Suketu Mehta, and Wendell Steavenson, the book covers some of the signal events of our time, including the fall of Saigon, the end of apartheid in South Africa, the massacre in Tiananmen Square, and the aftermath of the American invasion of Iraq.
Language
English
Pages
448
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Granta
Release
September 28, 2007
ISBN
1862078157
ISBN 13
9781862078154

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