His sister Barbara was born the following year. They were born into poverty: he would later say that he felt at home in Africa as "food was scarce there too and everyone was also barefoot. When the Second World War began in September they came back to Pinsk after the city was captured by the Red Army and Ryszard returned to school there. Later the family moved near Otwock. Ryszard continued education in primary school in Otwock —
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The IP editor who is singlehandedly responsible for it chose to disperse the biographical details, critical reception, and later evaluation throughout the article, spread over sections whose titles do not conform to the MOS and are more poetic than anything. The tone also is not very encyclopedic. This article needs help, probably more than I can give it. It should be trimmed by half and their are POV issues, anecdotes, repetitions, just a mess.
Not to mention bizarre words like "expatiate" and "oppugn". There are statements which simply are not supported by sources, ie. Kapuscinski is being read in schools and is in high esteem. Criticism of his work is often political, as he was an influential person throught his life. Right-leaning critics are very harsh on him, but this in no way may be regarded as consensus or summarize his achievements. I think we need to keep this section, but edit it in a way to put things in perspective and avoid generalizations currently clearly visible in wording.
This article reads more like a political hit piece than an encyclopedia article. Very low quality. Most people who read his work with some literary experience would have understood that he was not just doing raw verbatim transcripts, and most ordinary journalists actually condense and rearrange their interiew quotes some of the time to achieve greater cogency, greater punch.
Kapuscinski was not writing for tabloid readers, he aimed at an audience with more literary understanding, though he was also a superb journalist, and the liberties he took with his material are essentially no different from how people like Norman Mailer or John Pilger - or many ordinary newspaper and magazine reporters - have been handling their documentary spoken material.
The stories and tone of "The Emperor" are given in an idealized, layered version of what his interviewees would have said. The section is fully referenced to independent sources. Robma talk , 28 July UTC I have re-reverted this, and will take to arbitration if it is reverted a third time. The issue covered has been widely reported by disinterested parties, thus justifying inclusion, and makes clear - with references - that it is disputed by others.
This needs to be approached with caution, without going into Western claims verging on the absurd. Your paragraph was not salvageable because of the way it was written. They do not count. The relevant information can be rewritten based on reliable non-partisan third party sources, and placed here, on the talk page first, for possible further discussion.
When I began editing this page to include the various independent sources for controversy, the somewhat hagiographic tone of the entry and POV attacks on those who contribute made me wonder if it was stalked by trolls. Titus Atomicus talk , 14 January UTC Lack of biographical detail[ edit ] As an Englishman who has been living in Poland since I first started reading Kapuscinski this year - - after my Polish wife recommended him she lent me The Emperor in English whilst reading Travels with Herodotus , and I am absolutely stunned by how good his writing his.
I read this Wiki article to find out more about his life and was rather disappointed since it seems to me more of a chronological narrative of what he was doing when. I think it needs to include a lot more personal detail about this incredible writer. Please take a moment to review my edit. As of February , "External links modified" talk page sections are no longer generated or monitored by InternetArchiveBot. No special action is required regarding these talk page notices, other than regular verification using the archive tool instructions below.
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The IP editor who is singlehandedly responsible for it chose to disperse the biographical details, critical reception, and later evaluation throughout the article, spread over sections whose titles do not conform to the MOS and are more poetic than anything. The tone also is not very encyclopedic. This article needs help, probably more than I can give it. It should be trimmed by half and their are POV issues, anecdotes, repetitions, just a mess. Not to mention bizarre words like "expatiate" and "oppugn".
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He had great compassion for the poor, the victimised, and the debased. Ferdynand rated it really liked it Mar 14, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Gazeta Wyborcza in Polish. Bartek Andrejczuk rated it it was amazing May 31, This book gave me very clear picture of the life in Iran in the beginning of XX century. Archived from the original on March 23, Between and he reported on 27 revolutions and coups, until he was fired because of his support for the pro-democracy Solidarity movement in his native country.
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