Five years after his death, Stieg Larsson is best known as the author of the Millennium Trilogy, but during his career as a journalist he was a crucial protagonist in the battle against racism and for democracy in Sweden, and one of the founders of the anti facist magazine Expo Kurdo Baksi first met Larsson in 1992 it was the beginning of an intense friendship, and a fruitful but challenging working relationship In this candid and rounded memoir, Baksi answers the questions a multitude of Larsson s fans have already asked, about his upbringing the recurring death threats his insomnia and his vices his feminism so evident in his books and his dogmatism What was he like as a colleague Who provided the inspiration for his now immortal characters Baksi is one of the few who appears in the trilogy as himself Who was Lisbeth Salander...
|Title||:||Stieg Larsson, My Friend|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Publisher||:||MacLehose Press Auflage UK airports ed 30 September 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||224 Seiten|
|File Size||:||997 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Stieg Larsson, My Friend Reviews
This is a truly wonderful book and a great account of a beloved friend.If you loved The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and want to know moreabout the author read this.Stieg Larsson was a remarkable person and his story stayed with me for a long time
Stieg Larsson,famed author of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, a brilliant novel dealing with political extremism in Sweden, was motivated to write as part of a long and passionate campaign against pseudo Nazis in Sweden, an obsession which harmed his health from overwork and resulted in early death, which this fascinating book makes clear.The huge international success of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and the novels which followed brought him financial success too late but left an inheritance of added strength to his campaign on an international scale he could never have imagined. The story of his life and achievments are brilliantly described in this important biography.
I read Eva Gabrielsson's book first. Then I read Baksi's book. I had a difficult time with the flow of Mr. Baksi's book. I would not recommend it.
the man behind the phenominal trilogy is himself phenominal.
A fabulous book about Stieg Larsson. Only a friend could write. Its as compelling as his three novels of Lisbeth. A must read that will let you know where his ideas came from for his triology. Its a shame we will never read about Lisbeth again. She is and will always be my favorite heroine.