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Recounts the experiences of Dith Pran, a Cambodian reporter who worked for the New York Times, and who was captured by the Khmer Rouge when they took over Phnom Penh...

Title : The Death and Life of Dith Pran
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ISBN : 0140084576
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Penguin Books June 4, 1985
Number of Pages : 112 pages
File Size : 571 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Death and Life of Dith Pran Reviews

  • txjaybird
    2018-11-12 10:58

    Enjoyed this small book version of the New York Times magazine classic article about Dith Pran, on which the film "The Killing Fields" was based. I enjoyed reading the book with its photos to see the real people of the story after viewing the film

  • FrancesM
    2018-11-21 14:03

    I found this book (a used copy) when looking for writings based in the Cambodia/Vietnam area--prior to a planned trip to the region. Honest telling by Schanberg of his relationship with Pran--the good aspects as well as the undue influence imposed on Pran when the Americans were pulling out.

  • AgingLawyer
    2018-11-19 14:18

    Brief but very poignant. I visited the killing fields and the torture prison in Cambodia and am amazed at the spirit of Dith Pran as a survivor of that horrible time.

  • jason
    2018-11-03 06:22

    delivered as promised!

  • Amazon Customer
    2018-11-09 07:24

    Killing Fields の元になっていたことは知りませんでした。著者の書いた記事をもっと読みたくなりました。

  • Steven Kongju
    2018-10-28 14:24

    Heart wrenching. Go to Toul Sleng...go to the "fields"...step on the bones and teeth. I've not been to Ausweitz, but this must be close.

  • Rb111
    2018-10-25 06:01

    It was the postscript to the book/movie "the Killing Fields" it was Schamberg's personal Journey to find his most important friend, not colleague.

  • newkindlefan
    2018-11-06 09:00

    Loved the movie tat was based on this book. This slim volume captures what the movie could not. A treasure.