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eBook Se Habla Spangles (Spanish Edition) ePub

by Andrew Graham -. Yooll

  • ISBN: 950960321X
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Andrew Graham -. Yooll
  • Language: Spanish
  • Publisher: Ediciones Lumiere (January 1998)
  • Pages: 151
  • ePub book: 1656 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1529 kb
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Andrew Michael Graham-Yooll OBE (1944 – 5 July 2019) was an Argentine journalist, the son of a Scottish father and an English mother. He was the author of about thirty books, written in English and Spanish.

Andrew Michael Graham-Yooll OBE (1944 – 5 July 2019) was an Argentine journalist, the son of a Scottish father and an English mother. A State of Fear (Eland, 1986) has become a classic on the years of terror in Argentina. Graham-Yooll joined the Buenos Aires Herald in 1966. He left the paper in 1976 when the military dictatorship forced him into exile.

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Andrew ndrew Michael os Aires, ArgentinaDied5 July 2019 (aged 75) . Graham-Yooll has written books such as Uruguay: A Travel and Literary Companion. Ediciones de la Flor, Buenos Aires, 1972).

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Andrew Michael Graham-Yooll OBE (born 1944 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine journalist, the son of a Scottish father and an English mother. He is the author of about thirty books, written in English and Spanish Graham-Yooll joined the Buenos Aires Herald in 1966. LOLA, Buenos Aires, 1999).

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Andrew Graham-Yooll, who has died aged 75, risked his life reporting on. .One of Graham-Yooll's biggest assets was his local contacts book. Image caption Andrew Graham-Yooll with Robert Cox - they remained friends after their years at the Buenos Aires Herald.

Andrew Graham-Yooll, who has died aged 75, risked his life reporting on Argentina's dictatorship. Born in Buenos Aires, to an English mother and Scottish father, he was also perfectly bilingual. Cox had also regularly tried to persuade him not to go to a weekly lunch with certain Argentine journalists, as the industry had been infiltrated by members of the military.

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Luis Graham-Yooll - is an award winning photojournalist and cinematographer currently working with Matthew Chance for CNN, and based in Moscow. Buenos Aires Herald - Der Buenos Aires Herald ist eine englischsprachige Tageszeitung, die in der argentinischen Hauptstadt Buenos Aires erscheint.

Reúne tres libros, publicados entre 972 y 1975: "Se habla spanglés"; ay to day" y "Lejos del paraíso", en los que este argentino, hijo de ingleses, bilingüe, expresa con humor y poesía su enfoque particular de la realidad, una mezcla rara del "slang" y el lunfardo.