freedom from fear and other writings by aung san suu kyi edited by michael aris with contributions by philip kreager ann pasternak slater josef silverstein and ma than e
freedom from fear and other writings by aung san suu kyi edited by michael aris with contributions by philip kreager ann pasternak slater josef silverstein and ma than e
freedom from fear and other writings by aung san suu kyi edited by michael aris with contributions by philip kreager ann pasternak slater josef silverstein and ma than e
freedom from fear and other writings by aung san suu kyi edited by michael aris with contributions by philip kreager ann pasternak slater josef silverstein and ma than e
freedom from fear and other writings by aung san suu kyi edited by michael aris with contributions by philip kreager ann pasternak slater josef silverstein and ma than e
freedom from fear and other writings by aung san suu kyi edited by michael aris with contributions by philip kreager ann pasternak slater josef silverstein and ma than e
freedom from fear and other writings by aung san suu kyi edited by michael aris with contributions by philip kreager ann pasternak slater josef silverstein and ma than e

Freedom from Fear and other writings by Aung San Suu Kyi ; edited by Michael Aris ; with contributions by Philip Kreager, Ann Pasternak Slater, Josef Silverstein and Ma Than E.

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London : Viking press, 1991. First U.K. Edition, first printing. Full numbers line on copyright page. Hardcover. 338 pages ; 22 cm. Remainder mark present. $25.00 dust jacket with minimal wear. Foxing to top pages edge. Pages are unmarked and binding is firm.


From the Dust Jacket : 

Aung San Suu Kyi, human rights activist and leader of Burma's National League for Democracy, was detained in 1989 by SLORC, the ruling military junta, following a spontaneous uprising that swept a nation silenced by more than twenty-five years of political repression. Today she remains under house arrest in Rangoon, a prisoner of conscience, separated from her family and friends. Although her party won an overwhelming victory in May 1990, the military has refused either to release her or transfer power in accordance with its earlier promise.

This collection of writings, edited by her husband, Michael Aris, reflects Aung San Suu Kyi's beliefs, hopes and fears for her people. Composed before her present incarceration, it ranges from a portrait of her father, Aung San, the revered leader of the nationalist movement in the 1930s and 1940s, to essays on the literature and cultural heritage of her country, a comparative study of intellectual development in Burma and India under colonialism and a selection of essays, speeches, letters and interviews resulting from her involvement in the struggle for democracy.

Together with poignant and humorous reminiscences by two people who know her well and two independent assessments of her role in politics and the human rights movement, these writings give a voice to Burma's 'woman of destiny', an individual whose indomitable spirit, courage and ideals were internationally recognized when in 1990 she was awarded the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought and in 1991 the Nobel Peace Prize.

EDITED BY MICHAEL ARIS
CONTRIBUTORS: PHILIP KREAGER, ANN PASTERNAK SLATER, JOSEF SILVERSTEIN AND MA THAN E.

 

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