A man

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Simon and Schuster, 1980 - Fiction - 463 pages
27 Reviews
Saved from execution through the intervention of world leaders, Allesandro Panagoulis, an implacable Greek freedom fighter, endures years of imprisionment and torture before regaining his freedom and resuming his war against corrupt government leaders

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User Review  - Scott Not Working - Goodreads

The first half is an intense second person account of the prison and torture of a Greek political prisoner. Second half is a nice love&politics story, with an interesting take on the return to democracy in post-junta Greece in the mid 1970s. Read full review

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User Review  - Lillan - Goodreads

I read this bumper book almost without breathing and knew my life wouldn't be the same afterwards. Everything in my life somehow Got connected to the book. I never reread it, but those days, weeeks, months in the early 80's were very special Read full review

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A prize-winning novelist and journalist, Oriana Fallaci is known primarily for her controversial interviews. She has spoken unabashedly, if not abrasively, with such world figures as Henry Kissinger, Willy Brandt, the Ayatollah Khomeini, Yasir Arafat, the Shah of Iran, Indira Ghandi, and Golda Meir. Her bold, often brilliant, interviewing technique is characterized by brutal frankness, as when she challenged Henry Kissinger to "talk about war.

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