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Salam Pax: The Clandestine Diary of an Ordinary Iraqi
Salam Pax (au); Ian Katz (in). In Sept. 2002, a young Iraqi calling himself Salam Pax began posting in English onto the Internet daily accounts of everyday life in Baghdad. Salam Pax attracted a huge worldwide readership for his incisive & sharply funny Web postings, which provided a unique account of the anticipation, resentment, amusement, & sheer terror felt by an ordinary man living through the final days of a long dictatorship, & the chaos that followed its destruction. Bringing these writings together in print, this book provides a gripping account of the Iraqi conflict. “In turns crass & subtle, provincial & worldly, the diary of Salam Pax has become one voice of an Internet generation alienated from nations & tribes but connected to one another in the most intimate digital ways.”
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