The South Asia Bureau Chief For The Wall Street Journal, Award Winning Journalist Daniel Pearl Was Kidnapped By Islamic Terrorists In Pakistan And Later Murdered This Celebration Of His Work Contains Pearl S Best Pieces Of His Writing Spanning The Decade Of His Career With The The Journal S Atlanta, London, Paris, And Bombay Bureaus Foreword By Pearl S Widow, Mariane Pearl. This is a collection of Daniel Pearl s work from the Wall Street Journal I will admit I didn t know much of his work prior to his death as I am not a regular reader of the WSJ, but I wish I had followed him and am glad to hav
Pearl was a truly impressive chronicler of the humorous and enlightening details of the often dank world we live in I enjoyed this collection of his work and I think it would melt the heart of even the Grinch himself Un
This is a series of columns from the Wall Street Journal by Pearl, who was brutally slain by Middle Eastern extremists The columns are well written and show a lot of thought and legwork Ultimately, however, many of them are dated One, for instance, discusses the pay phone
A conglomeration of Daniel Pearl s Wall Street Journal columns Several topics, some I wasinterested in than the political war topics Something for everyone Sad that he was killed, he was a good writer. A collection of articles written by the former Wall Street Journal reporter who was brutally murdered by Al Queda terrorists His style reflected the heart of a joyous, compassionate man Well worth the read. Writings from murdered Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl Wonderful writing. A chance to become acquainted with Pearl s work posthumously. Lots of insight into the life of Pearl, who, if you ll recall, was killed while reporting abroad I got the sense it had a bit of a rose colored tint to it though.
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- At Home in the World
- Daniel Pearl
- 05 June 2017 Daniel Pearl