The Sleeping BuddhaWydawnictwo: Constable
An evocative family memoir and unique portrait of Afghanistan from a young Afghan journalist. Hamida Ghafour's family fled Kabul after the Russian invasion. In 2003 she was sent back by the Telegraph to cover the country's reconstruction. She finds a place changed utterly from the world her parents had described and her grandmother - an Afghan Virginia Woolf - had written about. All around her...
źródło opisu: Nota wydawcy
źródło okładki: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2007/may/13/biography.features1