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The author first went to Bosnia in October 1992 after petitioning her editor for months - there was always an excuse; it was too dangerous, there was already someone there (always a man), not enough interest. Although she had worked in war regions before nothing prepared her for what she saw there or for the emotional and physical shock of the conflict. From the beginning she shunned the male press pack as they followed the soldiers around. She was determined to seek out the war's human face. This book looks at the human-suffering of the war.
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Janine di Giovanni was born in America in 1961. She worked for the Associated Press until 1987, when she moved to London, whence she has reported from Latin America, Bosnia and the West Bank. She is the author of Against the Stranger: Lives in Occupied Territory and The Quick and the Dead: Under Siege in Sa
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Book Description Phoenix House, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111897580959
Book Description Phoenix House, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1897580959