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His new novel “A Gentleman in Moscow” (Viking, $27, 462 pages) spins an intimate, yet also expansive tale of 30-year-old Count Alexander Rostov, who is sentenced by the Bolsheviks to house arrest in 1922 in the grand Metropol hotel across the street
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Berkeley. 1999. University Of California Press. 1st Paperback Edition. Very Good In Wrappers. A Philip E. Lilienthal Book in Asian Studies. 251 pages. paperback. ISBN: 0520222474. inventory # 35078. FROM THE PUBLISHER-The horrific torture and execution of hundreds of thousands of Cambodians by Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge during the 1970s is one of the century's major human disasters. David Chandler, a world-renowned historian of Cambodia, examines the Khmer Rouge phenomenon by focusing on one of its key institutions, the secret prison outside Phnom Penh known by the code name S-21. ' The facility was an interrogation center where more than 14, 000 enemies' were questioned, tortured, and made to confess to counterrevolutionary crimes. Fewer than a dozen prisoners left S-21 alive. During the Democratic Kampuchea (DK) era, the existence of S-21 was known only to those inside it and a few high-ranking Khmer Rouge officials. When invading Vietnamese troops discovered the prison in 1979, murdered bodies lay strewn about and instruments of torture were still in place. An extensive archive containing photographs of victims, cadre notebooks, and DK publications was also found. Chandler utilizes evidence from the S-21 archive as well as materials that have surfaced elsewhere in Phnom Penh. He also interviews survivors of S-21 and former workers from the prison. Documenting the violence and terror that took place within S-21 is only part of Chandler's story. Equally important is his attempt to understand what happened there in terms that might be useful to survivors, historians, and the rest of us. Chandler discusses the culture of obedience' and its attendant dehumanization, citing parallels between the Khmer Rouge executions and the Moscow Show Trails of the 1930s, Nazi genocide, Indonesian massacres in 1965-66, the Argentine military's use of torture in the 1970s, and the recent mass killings in Bosnia and Rwanda. In each of these instances, Chandler shows how turning victims...
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In this important collection, eighteen renowned writers, including David Remnick, Zadie Smith, Rebecca Skloot, Rory Stewart, and Adam Gopnik evoke the spirit and history of some of the world?s most recognized and significant city squares, accompanied by illustrations from equally distinguished photographers. Over half of the world?s citizens now live in cities, and this number is rapidly growing. At the heart of these municipalities is the square?the defining urban public space since the dawn of democracy in Ancient Greece. Each square stands for a larger theme in history: cultural, geopolitical, anthropological, or architectural, and each of the eighteen luminary writers has contributed his or her own innate talent, prodigious research, and local knowledge. Divided into three parts: Culture, Geopolitics, History, headlined by Michael Kimmelman, David Remnick, and George Packer, this significant anthology shows the city square in new light. Jehane Noujaim, award-winning filmmaker, takes the reader through her return to Tahrir Square during the 2011 protest; Rory Stewart, diplomat and author, chronicles a square in Kabul which has come and gone several times over five centuries; Ari Shavit describes the dramatic changes of central Tel Aviv?s Rabin Square; Rick Stengel, editor, author, and journalist, recounts the power of Mandela?s choice of the Grand Parade, Cape Town, a huge market square to speak to the world right after his release from twenty-seven years in prison; while award-winning journalist Gillian Tett explores the concept of the virtual square in the age of social media. This collection is an important lesson in history, a portrait of the world we live in today, as well as an exercise in thinking about the future. Evocative and compelling, City Squares will change the way you walk through a city. Contributors include: David Adjaye on Jemma e-Fnna, Marrakech? Anne Applebaum on Red Square, Moscow and Grand Market Sq
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David Moscow - IMDb
David Moscow, Actor: Big. David Moscow was born on November 14, 1974 in New York City, New York, USA as David Raphael Moscow. He is an actor and producer, known for ...
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David Moscow est un acteur américain né le 14 novembre 1974 à New York, New York (États-Unis). Biographie ...
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Two Men by The Sea | by Caspar David Friedrich | Art Location: Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia | German Artist | Image Collection Number: BAL47964
Owl on a Grave, 1836-7 | by Caspar David Friedrich | Art Location: Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia | German Artist | Image Collection Number: BAL47564