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At Home in the World [PDF / Epub] ✅ At Home in the World By Daniel Pearl – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk 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 P The South Asia bureau chief for in the ePUB ¹ 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.

  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • At Home in the World
  • Daniel Pearl
  • English
  • 01 April 2014
  • 9780743243179

About the Author: Daniel Pearl

Daniel Pearl October – in the ePUB ¹ February was a journalist with American and Israeli citizenship He was kidnapped by Pakistani militants and later murdered by Al aeda member Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in PakistanPearl was kidnapped while working as the South Asia Bureau Chief of The Wall Street Journal based in Mumbai India He had gone to Pakistan as part of an investigation into the al.



10 thoughts on “At Home in the World

  1. shruti shruti says:

    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 have this book so I can read these pieces I may have never seen otherwise I am sad at the reason why this collection was published though

  2. John John says:

    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 industry A few show great insight into the future one column in the 1990's discusses the threat of Bid Laden All of the writing shows a warm and caring author whose death was undeserved

  3. Lucas Lucas says:

    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 Unfortunately not all regions of the world appreciate or reward irreverence and searching investigation The world is poorer for not hearing his voice any longer and barbarism has grown closer Hopefully Pearl is not the last man of his type

  4. Dawn Dawn says:

    A conglomeration of Daniel Pearl's Wall Street Journal columns Several topics some I was interested in than the political war topics Something for everyone Sad that he was killed he was a good writer

  5. Susan Goff Susan Goff says:

    A collection of articles written by the former Wall Street Journal reporter who was brutally murdered by Al ueda terrorists His style reflected the heart of a joyous compassionate man Well worth the read

  6. Jennifer Fetterly Jennifer Fetterly says:

    Writings from murdered Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl Wonderful writing

  7. Jen Jen says:

    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

  8. Rose Rose says:

    A chance to become acuainted with Pearl's work posthumously

  9. Kerry Kenney Kerry Kenney says:

    I wanted to like this book but too many of the articles were dated and not timeless

  10. Brandon Ilano Brandon Ilano says:

    I read this book when I was doing a report on Daniel Pearl It is very touching and very emotional

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