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The Resource At home in the world : collected writings from the Wall Street Journal, Daniel Pearl ; edited by Helene Cooper ; foreword by Mariane Pearl

At home in the world : collected writings from the Wall Street Journal, Daniel Pearl ; edited by Helene Cooper ; foreword by Mariane Pearl

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At home in the world : collected writings from the Wall Street Journal
Title
At home in the world
Title remainder
collected writings from the Wall Street Journal
Statement of responsibility
Daniel Pearl ; edited by Helene Cooper ; foreword by Mariane Pearl
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
At home in the world celebrates Daniel Pearl's life through 50 of his best stories. Edited by his long time friend and colleague, Helene Cooper, this book gives testimony to Mr. Pearl's friendship and collaboration
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1963-2002
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Pearl, Daniel
Dewey number
081
Index
no index present
LC call number
AC8
LC item number
.P477 2002
Literary form
non fiction
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Cooper, Helene
Series statement
Wall Street journal book
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Reporters and reporting
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At home in the world : collected writings from the Wall Street Journal, Daniel Pearl ; edited by Helene Cooper ; foreword by Mariane Pearl
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text
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Contents
  • pt. 1. Talking to strangers (1. In Indian quake, death haunts the living (2/5/01) -- 2. Portrait of the artist in search of patrons in the highest places (7/25/00) -- 3. Search for mercy ends in tears on quiet Kosovo street (12/2/99) -- 4. Joint force: a tough U.S. cop with a daunting beat: peace in the Balkans (12/9/99) -- 5. This film has a bus, explosions and veils: call it "Iranian speed" (11/19/96) -- 6. Beauty shows turn beastly as sponsors bare lacquered nails (2/2/93) -- 7. Vanishing acts: how 2 Florida firms fooled stockholders, auditors and the SEC (7/8/92) -- 8. To be a Black cop can mean walking a very fine line (5/7/92) -- 9. Marooned: the upwardly mobile find hopes dashed on suburban plateaus (3/30/92) -- 10. Memo to judge: beware if Turner buys television rights to the trial (12/2/91) -- 11. Basinger backlash begins a-brewin' in burg of Braselton (3/7/91)
  • pt. 2. I hope Gabriel likes my music (12. Behind the music: rock rolls once more in Iran as hard-liners back a pop revival (6/2/00) -- 13. These songs bring tears to your eyes, or something worse (5/14/96) -- 14. Missing violin's case: the finder fiddles while losers sue (10/17/94) -- 15. This may make Milli Vanilli glad they got out when they did (1/2/91) -- pt. 3. Mr. Precis (16. Afghan connection: Taliban banned TV but collected profits on smuggled Sonys (1/09/02) -- 17. Underground trade: much-smuggled gem called tanzanite helps bin Laden supporters (11/16/01) -- 18. Pushing pills: drug firms' incentives to pharmacists in India fuel mounting abuse (8/16/01) -- 19. The catalyst: behind Cipla's offer to cheap AIDS drugs: potent mix of motives (3/12/01) -- 20. Persian Gulf: in Iran's holy city, Islamic factions fight for soul of a nation (8/11/99) -- 21. Today's pop quiz: where is Coca-Cola not the real thing? (7/10/98)
  • pt. 4. Poisoning the well (22. How many ways can you skin a cow? (7/19/01) -- 23. Body count: war in Kosovo was cruel, bitter, savage; genocide it wasn't (12/31/99) -- 24. After the bombings: the difficult search for "truth" (10/28/98) -- 25. Same old song: Iraq's best planes are mainly in Iran (4/29/98) -- 26. Moon over Mecca: it's tough to pinpoint start of holy month (1/7/97) -- 27. Tehran wanderlust: hot item in Iran now is visa to visit U.S. (10/11/96) -- 28. Certain work is foreign to Saudis, but that's changing (9/12/96) -- 29. Believe it or not, tabloids were right about Charles and Di (1/29/96) -- 30. Good connections: despite deregulation, rural phone subsidies are likely to survive (11/30/95)-- 31. Cell phones: perfect in emergencies? Try again (4/18/95) -- 32. Pariah in the South, William T. Sherman is getting a makeover (6/9/93)
  • pt. 5. Finding the potholes along the information superhighway (33. Futurist schlock: today's cyberhype has a familiar ring (9/7/95) -- 34. Costly talk: why pay-phone calls can get so expensive and spark complaints (5/30/95) -- 35. The case of the ace on ice: fliers protest veteran's grounding (8/17/94) -- 36. Rolling along: ICC keeps truckin' though it has lost much of its authority (4/27/94) -- 37. Car-killer potholes have a new enemy this year: roboplop (4/15/94) -- 38. Colliding clichés and other mishaps on the term pike (2/1/94) -- 39. Romance in the age of computers: lots of talk and not much action (2/13/95) -- 40. There's an easy solution to this: let Santa deliver all candy canes (9/19/94)
  • pt. 6. Nice Lede! (41. Amid global turmoil, wild times in trading Afghanis (11/14/01) -- 42. Separate peace: why ethnic cleansing, once under way, is so difficult to reverse (4/22/99) -- 43. No openings: ex-BCCI employees say bank's notoriety left them unhirable (3/1/99) -- 44. Fortunes of peace: Israel's Netanyahu, his support eroding, calls early elections (12/22/98) -- 45. Sturgeon surgeons extract the caviar and spare the fish (6/30/98) -- 46. Rocky takeoff: Lebanon scrambles to rebuild an airport battered by civil war (4/6/98) -- 47. Looming large: this Persian rug should set a record (6/30/97) -- 48. If only King Solomon were here to settle this nasty dispute (5/2/97) -- 49. Demolition derby, a lawless sport, gets some rules (10/4/94) -- 50. Sky warriors take would-be flyboys on flights of fancy (8/28/91)
  • Appendix I: from the North Adams transcript (Going to the top won't get you to bottom of bureaucracy (8/28/86) ; Registry saga, part 2: intrepid reporter-driver outlasts chief (4/25/87)
Control code
49796212
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xviii, 278 pages
Isbn
9780743243179
Lccn
2002066353
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
At home in the world : collected writings from the Wall Street Journal, Daniel Pearl ; edited by Helene Cooper ; foreword by Mariane Pearl
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. Talking to strangers (1. In Indian quake, death haunts the living (2/5/01) -- 2. Portrait of the artist in search of patrons in the highest places (7/25/00) -- 3. Search for mercy ends in tears on quiet Kosovo street (12/2/99) -- 4. Joint force: a tough U.S. cop with a daunting beat: peace in the Balkans (12/9/99) -- 5. This film has a bus, explosions and veils: call it "Iranian speed" (11/19/96) -- 6. Beauty shows turn beastly as sponsors bare lacquered nails (2/2/93) -- 7. Vanishing acts: how 2 Florida firms fooled stockholders, auditors and the SEC (7/8/92) -- 8. To be a Black cop can mean walking a very fine line (5/7/92) -- 9. Marooned: the upwardly mobile find hopes dashed on suburban plateaus (3/30/92) -- 10. Memo to judge: beware if Turner buys television rights to the trial (12/2/91) -- 11. Basinger backlash begins a-brewin' in burg of Braselton (3/7/91)
  • pt. 2. I hope Gabriel likes my music (12. Behind the music: rock rolls once more in Iran as hard-liners back a pop revival (6/2/00) -- 13. These songs bring tears to your eyes, or something worse (5/14/96) -- 14. Missing violin's case: the finder fiddles while losers sue (10/17/94) -- 15. This may make Milli Vanilli glad they got out when they did (1/2/91) -- pt. 3. Mr. Precis (16. Afghan connection: Taliban banned TV but collected profits on smuggled Sonys (1/09/02) -- 17. Underground trade: much-smuggled gem called tanzanite helps bin Laden supporters (11/16/01) -- 18. Pushing pills: drug firms' incentives to pharmacists in India fuel mounting abuse (8/16/01) -- 19. The catalyst: behind Cipla's offer to cheap AIDS drugs: potent mix of motives (3/12/01) -- 20. Persian Gulf: in Iran's holy city, Islamic factions fight for soul of a nation (8/11/99) -- 21. Today's pop quiz: where is Coca-Cola not the real thing? (7/10/98)
  • pt. 4. Poisoning the well (22. How many ways can you skin a cow? (7/19/01) -- 23. Body count: war in Kosovo was cruel, bitter, savage; genocide it wasn't (12/31/99) -- 24. After the bombings: the difficult search for "truth" (10/28/98) -- 25. Same old song: Iraq's best planes are mainly in Iran (4/29/98) -- 26. Moon over Mecca: it's tough to pinpoint start of holy month (1/7/97) -- 27. Tehran wanderlust: hot item in Iran now is visa to visit U.S. (10/11/96) -- 28. Certain work is foreign to Saudis, but that's changing (9/12/96) -- 29. Believe it or not, tabloids were right about Charles and Di (1/29/96) -- 30. Good connections: despite deregulation, rural phone subsidies are likely to survive (11/30/95)-- 31. Cell phones: perfect in emergencies? Try again (4/18/95) -- 32. Pariah in the South, William T. Sherman is getting a makeover (6/9/93)
  • pt. 5. Finding the potholes along the information superhighway (33. Futurist schlock: today's cyberhype has a familiar ring (9/7/95) -- 34. Costly talk: why pay-phone calls can get so expensive and spark complaints (5/30/95) -- 35. The case of the ace on ice: fliers protest veteran's grounding (8/17/94) -- 36. Rolling along: ICC keeps truckin' though it has lost much of its authority (4/27/94) -- 37. Car-killer potholes have a new enemy this year: roboplop (4/15/94) -- 38. Colliding clichés and other mishaps on the term pike (2/1/94) -- 39. Romance in the age of computers: lots of talk and not much action (2/13/95) -- 40. There's an easy solution to this: let Santa deliver all candy canes (9/19/94)
  • pt. 6. Nice Lede! (41. Amid global turmoil, wild times in trading Afghanis (11/14/01) -- 42. Separate peace: why ethnic cleansing, once under way, is so difficult to reverse (4/22/99) -- 43. No openings: ex-BCCI employees say bank's notoriety left them unhirable (3/1/99) -- 44. Fortunes of peace: Israel's Netanyahu, his support eroding, calls early elections (12/22/98) -- 45. Sturgeon surgeons extract the caviar and spare the fish (6/30/98) -- 46. Rocky takeoff: Lebanon scrambles to rebuild an airport battered by civil war (4/6/98) -- 47. Looming large: this Persian rug should set a record (6/30/97) -- 48. If only King Solomon were here to settle this nasty dispute (5/2/97) -- 49. Demolition derby, a lawless sport, gets some rules (10/4/94) -- 50. Sky warriors take would-be flyboys on flights of fancy (8/28/91)
  • Appendix I: from the North Adams transcript (Going to the top won't get you to bottom of bureaucracy (8/28/86) ; Registry saga, part 2: intrepid reporter-driver outlasts chief (4/25/87)
Control code
49796212
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xviii, 278 pages
Isbn
9780743243179
Lccn
2002066353
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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