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Memoir in two voices

저자: François Mitterrand; Elie Wiesel
출판사: New York : Arcade Pub. ; [Boston, Mass.] : Distributed by Little, Brown, ©1996.
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Near the end of his second term as president of France, Francois Mitterrand decided to talk openly about his life, both personal and political. President for fourteen years, longer than anyone else in the history of the French Republic, Mitterrand was interested not in constructing an elaborate memorial to himself in words but in leaving behind a living testament. He therefore turned to someone whom he knew and  더 읽기…
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Mitterrand, François, 1916-1996.
Memoir in two voices.
New York : Arcade Pub. ; [Boston, Mass.] : Distributed by Little, Brown, c1996
(OCoLC)604255032
Online version:
Mitterrand, François, 1916-1996.
Memoir in two voices.
New York : Arcade Pub. ; [Boston, Mass.] : Distributed by Little, Brown, c1996
(OCoLC)632133590
명시된 사람: François Mitterrand; Elie Wiesel
자료 유형: 전기
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모든 저자 / 참여자: François Mitterrand; Elie Wiesel
ISBN: 1559703385 9781559703383 1559703792 9781559703796
OCLC 번호: 34029897
설명: 177 p. ; 22 cm.
다른 제목 Mémoire à deux voix.
Memoir in 2 voices
책임: François Mitterand, Elie Wiesel ; translated from the French by Richard Seaver and Timothy Bent.

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Near the end of his second term as president of France, Francois Mitterrand decided to talk openly about his life, both personal and political. President for fourteen years, longer than anyone else in the history of the French Republic, Mitterrand was interested not in constructing an elaborate memorial to himself in words but in leaving behind a living testament. He therefore turned to someone whom he knew and trusted, Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel, a close friend of many years, to join him in a vibrant, vigorous exchange. The topics they discuss in these pages are childhood, faith, war, power, writing, and those moments - however and whenever they arrive - that shape and sometimes define us as people. Mitterrand and Wiesel's dialogue is spontaneous, thoughtful, lyrical, blunt, far-reaching, and candid, whether it involves controversial moments in Mitterrand's political career, Wiesel's memories of Auschwitz, the importance of family and religion in their lives, or simply their favorite books and walks. Here is an unobstructed view into the lives and times of two of the greatest figures of conscience of our century, an inspiring memoir in two voices.

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