Yusuf Bal Bal itibaren Atlixco, Puebla, Meksika
kahraman bir kız =) ve hameln sıçan yakalayıcı bugün hala yaşıyor.
En sevdiğim kitap. Bu harika unutulmaz karakterlere sahip iyi yazılmış bir kitap ve film mükemmeldi.
Once again another self-declared "expert" in Iranian affairs writes a history report about the [not-so:]current Iranian question (don’t know how else to put it,) sans any analysis. The author has borrowed his material from two distinct sources: - Con IRI - the Western Media and their mouthpieces - Pro IRI - the Iranian Media and their mouthpieces In other words, there is nothing in this book that an average reader who’s interested in the Iranian question and has followed the storylines over-the-years, has not heard or read. Notwithstanding that the author --obviously-- has not set foot in Iran since the 79 revolution (and maybe even earlier,) this is at best --like I said before-- a biased report. He also uses the word “reactionary” over and over when describing the clergy faction active within the IRI politics, and one wonders why a person with clear rightist tendencies (of the American neocon elk,) would use a Leninist term! Nevertheless, the book’s relatively well written using a simplistic style not commensurate with the author’s Oxford PhD. There’s a very original sentence towards the ending of the book which warrants the *** rating (otherwise, it’d be a one at best): “The only constant in Washington politics is the failure to succeed”.