Fidel Castro: Biografía a dos voces

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El 13 de agosto el enigmatico dictador cumplirá sus 80 años en esta tierra. En Fidel Castro: Biografía a dos voces, Igancio Ramonet, sociòlogo, teórico de cultura, periodista y una de las voces más representativas del movimiento altermundista, ha logrado desvelar -tras semanas de intensas conversaciones- las claves de la Revolución cubana a través de la biografía humana y política del último "monstruo sagrado" de la política internacional: el polémico Fidel Castro. Testimonio excepcional y análisis histórico, ...
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El 13 de agosto el enigmatico dictador cumplirá sus 80 años en esta tierra. En Fidel Castro: Biografía a dos voces, Igancio Ramonet, sociòlogo, teórico de cultura, periodista y una de las voces más representativas del movimiento altermundista, ha logrado desvelar -tras semanas de intensas conversaciones- las claves de la Revolución cubana a través de la biografía humana y política del último "monstruo sagrado" de la política internacional: el polémico Fidel Castro. Testimonio excepcional y análisis histórico, este libro es una auténtica "biografía a dos voces": la memoria oral del comandante. ¿Cómo fue su infancia? ¿Dónde y cuándo se forjó el rebelde? ¿Cómo eran sus relaciones con Che Guevara? ¿Estuvo el mundo al borde de una guerra nuclear durante la llamada "crisis de los misiles"? ¿Cuántas veces han querido asesinarlo? ¿Qué impresión le causó el papa Juan Pablo II cuando visitó la isla en 1998? ¿Por qué crtica tanto a Felipe González y a José María Aznar mientras alaba la figura del rey Juan Carlos? ¿Qué piensa de la globalización neoliberal, de la guerra de Irak y del presidente Bush? ¿Por qué las autoridades cubanas arrestaron a unos setenta opositores no violentos en marzo de 2003 y aplicaron, ese mismo año la pena de muerte a los secuestrados de una lancha? ¿Existe corrupción en el régimen? ¿Es el socialismo en Cuba realmente "irreversible"? ¿Hacia dónde camina la política y la economía de la isal? ¿Que ocurrirá despues de Fidel Castro? El exhaustivo cuestionario de Ignacio Ramonet -más de cien horas de entrevistas y de inéditas revelaciones- es al tiempo un recorrido apasionante por la controvertida figura de Fidel Castro y un formidable relato sobre el pasado, el presente y el provenir de la Revolución.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780307376534
  • Publisher: Random House Mondadori
  • Publication date: 9/5/2006
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition/DVD Included
  • Pages: 656
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.80 (d)

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    Castro is quite verbose, so the read is somewhat boring and slow. However is does give a very interesting view of this charismatic world leader

    Spanish journalist, Ignacio Ramonet, director of Le Monde Diplomatique in Paris, spent many hours from January 2003 until December 2005 interviewing Cuba's Fidel Castro. The result is 569 pages of candid conversations between both men, from Castro's childhood, his formation, his revolutionary days, and his forty plus years at the helm of the Island nation.

    Ramonet tries to follow a chronological pattern, but it is very difficult because Castro loves to talk and jumps from one theme to another as he remembers things.

    Unfortunately Ramonet does not confront nor questions Castro's answers, so it is a very one way version of the world's longest dictator's view on things, without any attempt to check the facts.

    Castro is quite verbose, so the read is somewhat boring and slow. However is does give a very interesting view of this charismatic world leader.

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