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Do you like the book? Agil I like this book very much. Is the book for kids? Jessica If your child has a keen polojne in reading political books, then yes? Kudos to any child reading pages of politics and history! Lists with This Book.
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Momentous times with a focused man to deal with them made for an interesting listen. Dies gab es aber zumindest in der von mir gelesenen Fassung nicht. Die Person Nelson Mandela wiederum hat mich schwer beeindruckt. Bitte deshalb die – im Vergleich mit anderen von mir gelesenen Biographien – niedrige Bewertung von 3 Sternen nicht als Beurteilung des Menschen Nelson Mandela verstehen. Ein Mensch der 27 Jahre von seiner Familie getrennt in Gefangenschaft verbringt.
Das ist zwar schade.
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Aber ich habe cesfa trotzdem keinesfalls bereut dieses Buch gelesen zu haben. The rating and review relate more to the writing style and captivating factor of the book than to the iconic subject matter itself.
Mandela bojovika out as an icon of peace and a pinnacle of world history, above most others that have rocked the Richter scale of global events. The The rating and review relate more to the writing ceta and captivating factor of the book than to the iconic subject matter itself. There are some indelible quotes that undoubtedly came from Mandela himself. In spite of my 3 star rating, Bokovnika would and do recommend this to any and everyone, but know what you’re getting into. This is very thorough I listened to this which I would highly recommend if for no other pokojnd than to have correct pronunciation for the names and it’s almost 28 hours!
So just start it off at at least 1. There is a lot of political talk obviouslyso really pay attention, if not it cestx to be a l In spite of my 3 boiovnika rating, I would and do recommend this to any and everyone, but know what you’re getting into. There is a lot of political talk obviouslyso really pay attention, if not it gets to be a little, “yeah, yeah, yeah As it happens when ever I learn more about a highly popular figure be it a celebrity, a political figure, a man who made history or all of the above I am reminded that they are human Mandela is a stubborn, opinionated, passionate, determined, focused, committed to his cause, incredible man.
Which is exactly what he had to be to bring about and endure the years and decades it took to realize the change he knew was necessary. I do feel bad for his first wife and their children, who grew up without a father. I feel like I would have been very much like her I don’t feel so bad for his second wife, I didn’t relate to her and she seems a bit shady, but I boovnika feel for her children and their childhood, or lack thereof.
Here’s an interesting side note: I went to the homecoming dance my first year at Ricks College with a white South African, that was and I knew nothing about the political atmosphere of his country!
I wonder what his opinion of me was and it makes me chuckle, he must have thought I was the biggest ignoramus for not asking a thing about Nelson Mandela, but instead asking what it was like to date and go to dances there! I started reading this book months ago, left it for a while and picked it up again. Since the second time I picked it up I have read at least six other books in between.
Long Walk to Freedom is an interesting tell, but at times it dries up due to the huge amount of information being thrown at you. Mandela manages to personalize the tone by his own anecdotes, told as if he is sharing a cup of tea with you, but these moments are too infrequent. The stories on his childhood are especially charming.
Other times his altruism really shines through, but as I was reading the closing words I wondered why the rest of the book was unable to strike the same chords with me. If you have any interest in South Africa, Mandela or the apartheid police state, this is a book worth your time.
If you don’t have a sharp interest, this book may be too daunting. I am glad to have read it, but more glad to have finished it. I freely admit I skimmed sections of this book–it’s HUGE, and full of names and political details and I’m used to reading hefty historical novels.
Nelson Mandela’s life story is very interesting and full of wisdom, and I admire his ability to build bridges, but I got bogged down at times in the details.
Long book till freedom! I didn’t realize that it would end right as he was elected Prime Minister–for it being so long, I would have preferred more pages dedicated to that, but it is titled the walk to freedom for that reason.
Despite its length, this book ran out pages before it got to the part I was most interested in– Mandela’s campaign of reconciliation and forgiveness of the people that ran the oppressive apartheid system that he fought to end. I should not have been surprised since he became president of South Africa in and the book was published inbut I overlooked that crucial detail.
It was still good, but now I’m going to have to find another book Yes, Nelson Mandela lived a long life. But this book was too long. It got into the weeds when the story would have been better served with some context. DNF’d at page It was an informative read, but extremely long and detailed. He had an incredible memory. Like I said to a friend, he could remember the exact name of someone he met at a gas station 50 years before and what they each were wearing.
It made for a very long and not very exciting read at times. He was an amazing man though, very intentional about everything he did. At the end he says he was just an ordinary man who did what he had to do, but there are not many men who could have done what he did It was an informative read, but extremely long and detailed.
At the end he says he was just an ordinary man who did what he had to do, but there are not many men who could have done what he did with such grace, intelligence and honor. Y todo esto, como el que no quiere la cosa: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have heard a lot about this book but I had never been interested in reading it. As important as international politics and civil rights may be, they are not the areas that illicit the most amount of passion from my soul.
However I was intent on taking the month of December to deliberately read books that I was not interested in. To be completely honest I knew very little about Nelson Mandela prior to reading this. I knew he was the president of South Africa and he had once been in prison and t I have heard a lot about this book but I had never been interested in reading it.
I knew he was the president of South Africa and he had once been in prison and that lot of people drooled over him. Here are some observations I made from the book: The man had an incredible memory. There is no way that I could tell that detailed a description of my own life. I can barely remember what happened yesterday. He really wasn’t much of an independent thinker until he was about 38 years old.
Before that point he seemed to stand for a position but didn’t know why. He addresses this himself at the end of the book in communicating how his perception on his life mission morphed through the years to move further and further away from a self-centered view to an all encompassing one.
This stood out to me because I recognize that as a 36 year old I often feel like I am only really beginning to understand myself and the world around me. This guy is way smarter than me, by the time I start to have truly independent thought I’ll be dead. What a waste of life. I had a hard time paying attention to the book after he got out of prison.
It stopped being a narrative and instead became a political strategy manual. Important, sure but dry. As well as stupid. Political positioning, embargoes, makes me glad I’m not in politics. Have to say for committed a guy as he was to stay resolute through 27 years of prison and a life long pursuit of “the struggle” he sure had issues with family.
It broke my heart that he was locked away from his family for so long, that he missed their lives, that his wife stuck with him when he was locked away for so long only for him to lose sight of the relationship after he got out.