Film like Platoon and Apocalypse Now have perpetuated an image of Vietnam as a place of war. But what is Vietnam really like, all these year after the fall of Saigon? Justin Wintle went there to find out. His travels took him through the whole country, from Cao Bang in the deep north to Minh Hai in the far south: a huge adventure that also become a running battle. Communist propaganda, he found, had to be resisted just as resolutely as western misconceptions.

'An engaging, funny, often very funny, account of the difficulties of getting at this quicksilver world, where from the word go you are stitched up in bureaucratic red tape'

- Financial Times

'Compelling reading'

- Sunday Telegraph

'Mr Wintle has written what may be the best account so far of live in post-war Vietnam' - Economist

'Immense wit, lovely descriptive passages and astounding energy ... His shines with the familiar brilliance his English countrymen have long displayed in books about travel to taxing, menacing or eerie places'

- Washington Post

'An excellent traveler, Wintle is a inquisitive, is not burdened by self-consciousness - and things happen to him'

- Daily telegraph

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Judul: Romancing Vietnam
Penulis: Justin Wintle
Penerbit: Penguin Books
Edisi: 1992
Halaman: 462
Ukuran: 20 x 13 x 2cm
Sampul: Soft Cover
Bahasa: English
Kondisi: Buku Bekas Koleksi Pribadi
Lokasi: 910/Win/r

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