3 edition of Rome 1960 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by David Maraniss.|
|LC Classifications||GV722 1960 .M37 2008b|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008013998|
Get this from a library! Rome the Olympics That Changed the World. [David Maraniss] -- Author Maraniss weaves sports, politics, and history into a tour de force about the Olympics. Along with the unforgettable characters and dramatic contests, there was a deeper meaning to those. Overshadowed by more flamboyant or tragic Olympics, the Rome games were a sociopolitical watershed, argues journalist Maraniss (Clemente) in this colorful games showcased.
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Amazon Best of the Month, July Armed with the same engaging narrative found in Clemente and When Pride Still Mattered, Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Maraniss chronicles the triumphs, tragedies, and treacheries of "the Olympics that changed the world" with Rome The same Games that announced the greatness of icons like Cassius Clay, Wilma Rudolph, and Rafer Johnson, also /5(60).
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In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this book and feel that the. The Rome Olympics has Rome 1960 book interesting plots - the rise of the Soviet Union as an Olympic power (this is the height of the Cold War, complete with attempts by the CIA to convince a Soviet I thought it would be interesting to read around the time of the London Olympics/5.
"Rome " is a wide-ranging, always interesting book without a flaw. It's hard to image a better effort on the subject, and hard to image anyone better than Maraniss to get it all down on paper. Read more/5(60). David Maraniss, talked about his book, [Rome The Olympics That Changed the World] (Simon and Schuster; July 1, ), which recounts the Rome Summer Olympics of Mr.
Maraniss profiles a. David Maraniss spoke about his book, [Rome The Olympics That Changed the World], published by Simon & Schuster. In his book, David Maraniss recounts the story of the Olympic Games while. Among his bestselling books are biographies of Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Roberto Clemente, and Vince Lombardi, and a trilogy about the s—Rome ; Once in a Great City (winner of the RFK Book Prize); and They Marched into Sunlight (winner of Released on: J From the critically acclaimed and bestselling author David Maraniss, a groundbreaking book that weaves sports, politics, and history into a tour de force about the Rome Olympics, eighteen days of theater, suspense, victory, and defeat David Maraniss draws compelling /5(6).
Romeby David Maraniss Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Rome Many, indeed, take place in secret government facilities and back alleys.
The Rome games, for instance, took place at the height of the Cold War, when the United States and Soviet Union both took considerable pains to convert a theoretically apolitical contest of amateurs into a thoroughly politicized, near-professional endeavor.
Building a book around them and their deeds is an unfair burden for any author to assume. Huge transformations were surely under way in Rome, just as Maraniss suggests. 2. All Roads to Rome. Two weeks before the opening of the Rome Olympics, in the midst of one of the hottest summers of the cold war, a press Author: David Maraniss.
From the critically acclaimed and bestselling author David Maraniss, a groundbreaking book that weaves sports, politics, and history into a tour de force about the Rome Olympics, eighteen days of theater, suspense, victory, and defeatDavid Maraniss draws compelling portraits of the athletes competing in Rome, including some of the most honored in Olympic history: decathlete Rafer Johnson 4/5(5).
But having read Maraniss' new book, I've got to agree - Rome in ranks right up there as a milestone in world culture. I had not considered the roles of the major players who all collided in Rome that year - including the now-infamous anti-Semite and pro-Nazi American Cited by: Very Good Book I found this book to be very enlightening.
The author did a great job of telling the stories of the Rome Games in light of how they changed the way the Olympic games would be viewed after that. This is a great read, especially since the Summer Games are just around the corner. The official report published after the Olympic Games in Rome, “The Games of the XVII Olympiad Rome, ”, consists of two volumes, published in English and Italian.
Totalling almost 2, pages, it was the longest official report ever produced. “Rome ” by @davidmaraniss still my favorite sports book.
Used it @OhioUSportsAd curriculum. His last chapter on the homecomings of the 3 lasting heroes of the US Team #RaferJohnson, #CassiusClay & #WilmaRudolph is extraordinary, showing all sport can be and sometimes is.”.
If there were Olympic medals for meticulous research, rich storytelling and a grand narrative, David Maraniss' new book, "Rome The Olympics That.
Rome The Olympics That Changed the World by David Maraniss 1, ratings, average rating, reviews Open Preview See a Problem. We’d love your by: From the critically acclaimed and bestselling author David Maraniss, a groundbreaking book that weaves sports, politics, and history into a tour de force about the Rome Olympics, eighteen days of theater, suspense, victory, and defeat David Maraniss draws compelling /5(3).
The Olympic Games (also known as the XVII Olympiad) were held in Rome, Italy from August 25 to Septem There were many firsts at these Olympics, including the first to be televised, the first to have the Olympic Anthem, and the first to Author: Jennifer Rosenberg.
All Roads to Rome. Two weeks before the opening of the Rome Olympics, in the midst of one of the hottest summers of the cold war, a press counselor for the Italian embassy in Washington paid Author: David Maraniss.From the critically acclaimed and bestselling author David Maraniss, a groundbreaking book that weaves sports, politics, and history into a tour de force about the Rome Olympics, eighteen days of theater, suspense, victory, and defeat.
Using the meticulous research and sweeping narrative style that have become his trademark, Maraniss reveals the rich palate of character, competition, and.