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he writes for "people everywhere still young enough to be curious about the world."
Lately I read his Lapidarium 4 & 5. He was a great journalist and most certainly a world citizen.
I agree with you. What I like about his writing, is that there is human element in it, unlike the typical journalistic language.
his Emporer, about Haile Selassie, and Shah of Shahs about Pahlavi are excellent.
I would recommend Kapuściński's Empire which is about the fall of the Soviet Union. You don't have to be interested in this topic to enjoy that book because it is a excellent read itself. It is Kapuściński at his best.
Travels with Herodotus - a brilliant book that I already mentioned on another thread.
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