Invisible Walls

by Ingeborg Hecht
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
Pages: 259 pages
ISBN 13: 9780810113718
ISBN 10: 0810113716
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle
The author, daughter of a Jewish father and a non-Jewish mother, describes her family's experiences under Hitler's infamous Nuremberg laws, and includes a collection of vignettes that resulted from the publication of her first book.
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Pages: 320
Authors: Hella Pick
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
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'Memoirs of such richness are rare . . . a joy' JAMES NAUGHTIE 'A remarkable personal journey, by one of the great political correspondents of our world - eloquent, enlightening, exhilarating' PHILIPPE SANDS A trailblazer for women in journalism, Hella Pick arrived in Britain in 1939 as a child refugee from Austria. Over nearly four decades she covered the volatile global scene, first in West Africa, followed by America and long periods in Europe. In her thirty-five years with the Guardian she reported on the end of Empire in West Africa, the assassination of President Kennedy, Martin Luther King's march from Selma to Montgomery, the Vietnam peace negotiation in Paris, the 1968 student revolt in France, the birth of the Solidarity movement in Poland, and the closing stages of the Cold War. A request for coffee on board a Soviet ship anchored in Malta led to a chat with Mikhail Gorbachev. A request for an interview with Willy Brandt led to a personal friendship that enabled her to come to terms with Germany's Nazi past. Her book is also a clarion call for preserving professionalism in journalism at a time when social media muddy the waters between fact and fiction, and between reporting and commentary. INVISIBLE WALLS tells the dramatic story of how a Kindertransport survivor won the trust and sometimes the friendship of world leaders, and with them a wide range of remarkable men and women. It speaks frankly of personal heartache and of a struggle over her Jewish identity. It is also the intensely touching story of how, despite a gift for friendship and international recognised achievements as a woman journalist, a continuing sense of personal insecurity has confronted her with a series of invisible walls.
Invisible Walls
Language: en
Pages: 259
Authors: Ingeborg Hecht
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999 - Publisher: Northwestern University Press

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Language: en
Authors: Adrian Gabriel Dumitru
Categories: Education
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If you ask a school boy about the ideal life ... that is one without homework and very long vacations. The summer vacation is the ideal time for them ... but still one day the autumn is coming. If you ask an employe in a corporation about the ideal life ... he will say that he would love as the working week to have 2 days of work a day instead of 5. The school boy, no matter the age ... is not feeling free. Years ago ... when he was not in school ... he felt the freedom of doing only what he wanted to do. The employee from the corporation, even if he knows that he is paid very, very well ... he is not feeling free either. But why?! Well ... cause the society is teaching us ... somehow by force ... to live in ... “prisons”. Now let me give you another example. Let’s assume the case of a businessman, that already had success, has a beautiful house, has money, a good company, a wife, beautiful kids .... basically everything. And ... still ... if you ask him if he is happy ... he will only reply that a piece from the puzzle is missing. I know lots of businessmen that have a great success ... and even if they have everything ... almost all of them have a mistress that is completing their lives. It’s a non sense ... i know ... cause most of them have the perfect life scenario. An amazing house. A amazing car ... or cars. A beautiful wife. Very nice children. ... and?! Why this nonsense?! Why does a person look for something else when already has the perfect life?! Well ... cause what we call ... perfection ... is only a dogmatic way of seeing life. The missing piece from the puzzle is the mistress ... that makes him feel loved in a totally different way. She makes him be ... a free person. A hobby would make the school boy and even the employee from the corporation ... to love what is doing ... and also feel free ... enjoying the present activity. You see ... no matter what path we chose in life ... the moment when we forget about the dogmatic path of living ... we feel the freedom. We feel alive. Our actions ... will look like a total nonsense to the others ... but we will be happy. The human being is looking for perfection ... but the happiness is not found in there. The dogmatism will never help us to ... be us. But ... on the path of discovering ... the real path ... at least we will have the guts to ... dream ... about the real freedom.
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