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It was scary in the heart of darkness, and RK found true loneliness fce to face with absolute violent power.
I've read most of Kapuscinski's books and I have to say that this is among the best, simply because this text gives readers even more insights into the man.
This is the title of the last chapter of this, the last book written by journalist, traveler, poet and philosopher Ryszard Kapuscinski.
"Travels with Herodotus" is a terrific blending of selected stories by Herodotus and Kapuscinski's own observations while traveling. Read morePublished 3 months ago by historybuff3
Engaging, beautifully written.
If you haven't read any Herodotus already, this will make you want to read his ASAP. You'll also want to read more Kapuscinski.
Travels with Herodotus is the ninth book published in English by award-winning Polish journalist, Ryszard Kapuscinski. It is translated by Klara Glowczewska. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cloggie Downunder
Ryszard Kapuscinski traveled internationally, starting just after WW II. I found his experiences in India, China, etc fascinating, comparing them to what the countries are like... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Florence Shaffer
This is one of the best books I've read in years. It blends classical Greek historian, Herodotus,' writings with the keen observations of a brilliant journalist in the volatile... Read morePublished 15 months ago by C. Tucker
Excellent travel book with authoir comparing different conditions in other countries in Europe and Asia with the diary of this greek travelerPublished 18 months ago by William J. Stempel
If you have to introduce someone to Herodotus, this is the book to read.You can read it through Kapucinski's eyes and learn to love it like he evidently does. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sheba Camacho
Read this book as part of a book club at church. Enjoyed it more after discussing it with others and getting their take.Published 20 months ago by Richard E. Evans
A wonderful, absorbing book--I couldn't put it down. As compelling a page turner as any thriller. I look forward to reading his Kapuscinski's othr books.Published 20 months ago by Elaine Moore Hirsch