The Leopard and the Fox: A Pakistani Tragedy Hardcover – 1 Dec 2006
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"Ali broadens our horizons, geographically, historically, intellectually and politically. His mode of history telling is lyrical and engaging, humane and passionate." The Nation "Just reading the script, you feel his [Ali's] command of the political subject matter." Morning Star "A gripping piece of drama." Three Monkeys Online
About the Author
Tariq Ali is a writer, critic, political campaigner, and film-maker. He has written scripts for both stage and screen and many polemics on world history and politics, most recently The Clash of Fundamentalisms, Bush in Babylon, and Rough Music: Blair/Bombs/Baghdad/London/Terror.
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There is also some humour in there and the scene where Bhutto gives his opinion on LBJ had me on the floor. It was reminiscent of the "dhobi's itch" incident from the book Clash of Fundamentalisms by the same author.
The only criticism I have is that the book is too short. It is no more than a two hour leisurely read and in this respect it sort of leaves you wanting more.
So please read this Book especially if your are a Pakistani.