"Fidel: A Critical Portrait" Analytical Essay by numero uno

"Fidel: A Critical Portrait"
An analysis of the book about Fidel Castro, "Fidel: A Critical Portrait" by Tad Szulc.
# 5716 | 695 words | 1 source | MLA | 2001 | US

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This paper looks at the biography about Fidel Castro written by reporter Tad Szulc who spent many years following his life. The writer shows that the book presents a very balanced view of Castro as well as showing new sides of him not previously reported.

From the Paper:

"Tad Szulc is a veteran New York Times reporter who first came to know Castro in 1959 while covering a story. Over the years, he has continued reporting on Castro. Szulc has interviewed Castro on many occasions and also interviewed his friends, past friends and his enemies. He was given unprecedented access by both the Cuban government, and by Castro himself, to conduct his research for the book. The book really gets inside the events rather than just reporting from the outside."

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