6 edition of Ten Women Who Shook the World found in the catalog.
Ten Women Who Shook the World
June 12, 1997
by Weidenfeld & Nicholson
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||160|
Ten Days That Shook the World () is a book by the American journalist and socialist John Reed about the October Revolution in Russia in , which Reed experienced firsthand. Reed followed many of the prominent Bolshevik leaders closely during his /5(14). Ten Days That Shook the World is Reeds extraordinary record of that event. 'It flashed upon me suddenly: they were going to shoot me!' This electrifying eyewitness account of the Russian Revolution, written by an American journalist in St Petersburg as the Bolsheviks seized power in , is an unsurpassed record of history in the making.
Idealistically, John Reed agreed with Lenin when he wrote Ten Days That Shook the World. Reed was a socialist himself and was working for a socialist newspaper when . The book also includes a very thoughtfully selected Glossary of scientific terms, explained in simple everyday language. And finally, before the Index, there is a Further Reading list on each of the ‘10 Women Who Changed Science and the World’ for those whose curiosity has been ignited by the : Mpost.
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IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by booksale-cataloger3 on Septem SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Ten Days that Shook the World is a compendium of eye-witness reporting and translated (except for some illustrations) source materials from this pivotal point in the Russian Revolution.
The book was penned by John Reed, a socialist journalist from the United States, who was the subject of the Warren Beatty movie, Reds/5.
Soviet director Sergei Eisenstein's influential silent film October: Ten Days That Shook the World was based on Reed's book. John Dos Passos included a highly stylized, brief biography of Reed in his novel/history workthe second part of his U.S.A. of death: Scrub typhus.
Ten Days That Shook the World () is a book by the American journalist and socialist John Reed about the October Revolution in Russia inwhich Reed experienced firsthand. Reed followed many of the prominent Bolshevik leaders closely during his time in Russia.
John Reed died inshortly after the book was finished, and he is one of the few Americans buried at. Ten Women Who Shook the World By SYLVIA BROWNRIGG Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Read the Review Actually, it wasn't that hard. When they see it people say, Gosh, that must have taken her forever.
I want to tell them—Really, it was easier than it looks. Especially with my assistant helping. She's invaluable. Inhis book was republished with an encomium from Lenin himself.
“With the greatest interest and with never slackening attention I read John Reed’s book, Ten Days That Shook the World.
Narrated by Richard Baseheart and produced by David L. Wolper, TEN SECONDS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD is a factual and chronological account of the events preceding the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Other articles where Ten Days that Shook the World is discussed: John Reed: in his best known book, Ten Days That Shook the World ().
Jack Reed, the American communist who was buried in the Kremlin, is the author of the extremely exciting book Ten Days that Shook the ’s about the Bolshevik Revolution which is witnessed first hand, and he was a huge fan .When, infamed screenwriter (and Hollywood Ten defendant) John Howard Lawson wrote his Introduction for an earlier International Publishers edition of John Reed’sTen Days that Shook the World,the half-century mark of the Russian Revolution could be celebrated in a vastly different way than is necessary today.
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