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The Morning They Came for Us: Dispatches from Syria

The Morning They Came for Us: Dispatches from Syria

作者 : Janine di Giovanni

作者 : 珍妮.德.喬凡尼

出版社 : BLOOMSBURY PUBLISHING

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Janine di Giovanni是當今最受敬重的新聞記者之一,她在2012年五月到敘利亞的旅行開啟了與這個國家的長期關係,她開始報導敘利亞內戰衝突的兩方,目睹這個國家陷入當代史上最殘酷的內鬥之一。被在戰火中蹂躪的老百姓故事所吸引,敘利亞已成為di Giovanni魂牽夢縈的地方。

作者訪問了直接陷入戰事的人們,傳遞了各種不同的故事:反抗軍幾乎沒有挑釁便被捕入獄;孩童與家庭成員被迫觀看所愛之人被政府軍以令人懷疑的理由帶走並且殺害;上流人士在大馬士革的飯店裡開泳池趴,企圖否認附近的炮擊所造成的人員傷亡。

本書描繪了敘利亞社會的各個階層,全體人民的集體經驗在戰爭中化為碎片。這些曾經視自己為敘利亞人的民眾,已經分崩離析成各種小的族群,戰爭摧毀了他們的共同感,使得親友鄰居成為仇敵。


Winner of the Hay Festival Award for Prose
Winner of the 2016 IWMF Courage in Journalism Award
Shortlisted for the New York Public Library's Helen Bernstein Excellence in Journalism Award

In May of 2012, Janine di Giovanni travelled to Syria, marking the beginning of a long relationship with the country, as she began reporting from both sides of the conflict, witnessing its descent into one of the most brutal, internecine conflicts in recent history. Drawn to the stories of ordinary people caught up in the fighting, Syria came to consume her every moment, her every emotion.

Speaking to those directly involved in the war, di Giovanni relays the personal stories of rebel fighters thrown in jail at the least provocation; of children and families forced to watch loved ones taken and killed by regime forces with dubious justifications; and the stories of the elite, holding pool parties in Damascus hotels, trying to deny the human consequences of the nearby shelling.
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作者介紹
Janine di Giovanni
出生於美國,1980年代晚期開始報導巴勒斯坦反對以色列軍事占領的起義遊行,便開始戰地記者的生涯。她為倫敦的《泰晤士報》、《浮華世界》、《紐約時報雜誌》等刊物撰稿,經常發表的演講內容,都是關於在世界各地人權被侵犯的情形。

Janine di Giovanni has reported on war for over 20 years. She has written seven books, including the critically acclaimed Madness Visible, The Place at the End of the World, and, most recently, a biography of the Magnum Photographer Eve Arnold. She is the Middle East Editor of Newsweek, a contributing editor for Vanity Fair and a regular contributor to the New York Times, Granta and Harper's among many others. A frequent foreign policy analyst on British, American and French television, she has won many awards including Granada Television's Foreign Correspondent of the Year Award, the National Magazine Award, two Amnesty International Media Awards, the Spear's Memoir of the Year Award for Ghosts by Daylight and the Hay Festival Award for Prose for The Morning They Came For Us.
 She is a Fred Pakis scholar in International Affairs at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, has served as the president of the jury of the Prix Bayeux for war reporters and is a media leader at the World Economic Forum, Davos. She lives in Paris with her son.

www.janinedigiovanni.com
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