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Nelson Mandela Conversations With Myself Conversations With Myself gives readers access to the private man behind the public figure from letters written in the darkest hours of Mandela's twenty seven years of imprisonment to the draft of an unfinished seuel to Long Walk to Freedom Here he is making notes and even doodling during meetings or recording troubled dreams on the desk calendar of his cell on Robben Island; writing Bazzi – Conversations with Myself Lyrics | Genius Conversations with Myself Lyrics Sometimes I wonder why I'm even here Or if I have the strength to persevere Sometimes I feel like I'm somebody else Who's going mental with they men As this was my first autobiographical read of Nelson Mandela I was very impressed at this sort of behind the scenes diarist style look into the world of a freedom fighter especially one of the greatest freedom fighters that ever lived I know there are conventional autobiographies and biographies of him but this one really brought a personal touch of the man to me12052013 update this was one of my first books I properly reviewed for Goodreads Nelson Mandela was a man whose life should be a testiomony on how we make a difference He was truly one of the last great men of the 20th century and human beings as a species are better off for having lived to witness his greatness Now his legacy will be a mountain to which people can either build themselves on or topple off of

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T liked it Had this by my bed for months and would read little excerpts bit by bit It's impossible not to admire Nelson Mandela I don't know that this was a fr Conversations with Myself Livres Not Retrouvez Conversations with Myself et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion fr Conversations with Myself Mandela Nelson Conversations with myself seems to be a collection of bits and pieces scattered along not always in chronological order letters and events do not seem to follow any order at all it jumps a lot for example at the end of Chapter it follows events in only to jump to the s in Chapter in chapter letters are firstly dat Technically I didn t read this book I listened to it in the car It was very very good I only listened to it when I was alone in the car so that I could focus on it and I found that I looked forward to the long drive to take my daughter to the university where she was taking a summer class this year simply because I knew that I d have at least an hour to listen to this book coming homeHaving never read anything in depth about President Mandela before I was filled with even greater admiration for him than I d had from the media presentations of him after finishing Conversations With Myself The selections in this book are presented chronologically from early in his life through into his presidency They are garnered from a wide collection of letters notebooks conversations autobiographies and other sourcesI would recommend this work to anyone interested in Mandela freedom fighting non violent social change andor anyone looking for someone to admire If only of us could accurately emulate Mandela in our personal as well as public lives the world would be a far better place than we can even imagine today


10 thoughts on “Conversations with Myself

  1. says:

    I read memoirs in between fiction works because in memoirs there is a bigger chance that the events really happened I perceive memoirs as nearer to truth and so lessons are rational and factualI picked up this book because I felt that I did not know anything about Nelson Mandela except that he was a very popular prisoner and he became the Pr

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    We all drea

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    As this was my first autobiographical read of Nelson Mandela I was very impressed at this sort of behind the scenes diarist style look

  4. says:

    It's a hard book to read without first knowing about the life of Nelson Mandela Fifty pages into the book I had to stop and read Long Walk to Freedom The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela before I could continue and even then

  5. says:

    I'm a bit harsh about this book but will not give it 5 stars just because is Mandela Describes a angry Mandela at the start a militant That changed his mind and stated collaborated with the establishment He was not a poor or uneducate

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    I was excited when my book club chose this as a 2011 book read However it was worse than having a tooth pulled without pain killers when you're afraid of the dentist I spent a month trying to read the book and couldn't finish a letter per day; my focus was all over the place trying to keep up with all the names I couldn't get into the many

  7. says:

    In real life we deal not with Gods but with ordinary humans like ourselves; men and women who are full of contradictions who are stable and fickle strong and weak famous and infamous The man himself makes history Great leader I would recommend this book to everyone Really inspiring book

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    I’m so confusedis it letters Is it journaling is it profound insight or truly actually the author talking to himself At one point he commented briefly on how he had asked the guards for sunglasses but they didn’t help That was the whole entire entry I just feel like if this was anyone other than Nelson Mandela we’d just roll our eyes and keep on moving There are many outstanding pieces of writing written about by this man keep moving

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    Technically I didn't read this book I listened to it in the car It was very very good I only listened to it when I was alone in the car so tha

  10. says:

    In 'Nelson Mandela’s Conversations with Myself' I was surprised by the way it was written This book was really interesting It contains a collection of letters speeches interviews and notes written by Mandela h

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