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100 1  Seierstad, Åsne,|d1970- 
245 12 A hundred & one days|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cAsne
       Seierstad. 
246 3  Hundred and one days 
246 3  100 and 1 days 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bTantor Audio :|bMade available through 
       hoopla,|c2005. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (600 min.)) :|bdigital. 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Josephine Bailey. 
520    The New York Times best-selling author of The Bookseller 
       of Kabul paints a stunning and intimate portrait of 
       Baghdad under siegeFrom January until April 2003-for one 
       hundred and one days-Asne Seierstad worked as a reporter 
       in Bagdad for Scandinavian, German, and Dutch media. 
       Through her articles and live television coverage she 
       reported on the events in Iraq before, during, and after 
       the attacks by the American and British forces.But 
       Seierstad was after a story far less obvious than the 
       military invasion. From the moment she arrived in Baghdad 
       Seierstad was determined to understand the modern secrets 
       of an ancient place and to find out how the Iraqi people 
       really live.In A Hundred and One Days, she introduces us 
       to daily life under the constant threat of attack-first 
       from the Iraqi government and later from American bombs. 
       Moving from the deafening silence of life under Hussein to
       the explosions that destroyed the power supply, the water 
       supply, and security, Seierstad sets out to discover: What
       happens to people when the dam bursts? What do they choose
       to say when they can suddenly say what they like? What do 
       they miss most when their world changes 
       overnight?Displaying the novelist's eye and lyrical 
       storytelling that have won her awards around the world, 
       Seierstad here brings to life an unforgettable cast of 
       characters to tell the stories we never see on the evening
       news. The only woman in the world to cover both the fall 
       of Kabul in 2001 and the bombings of Baghdad in 2003, Asne
       Seierstad has redefined war reporting with her mesmerizing
       book. 
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650  0 Reporters and reporting.|vSound recordings. 
650  0 War correspondents.|vSound recordings. 
651  0 Baghdad (Iraq) 
651  0 Baghdad (Iraq)|xSocial life and customs|y21st century. 
700 1  Bailey, Josephine 
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