By "the conjuror extraordinary of modern portage" (John le Carre)--a personal, brilliantly detailed exploration of the almost unfathomably complex Soviet empire. "When a writer of Mr. Kapuscinski's genius writes of the snows and the steppes of Siberia, of the doomed Aral Sea and Kiev . . . no pictures are necessary".--The Wall Street Journal. First time in paperback.
Borders are part of our physical structure & outside self environment and it didn‘t occur to me through the lens of religion, the promise of absolute-boundlessness would sound ideal and yet such a foreign concept 🤔.