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Hija del destino : autobiografia
Benazir recounts how through her tenacity to her father's memory she emerged from political persecution and exile to become the leader of the Pakistan People's Party.
- "Benazir recounts how through her tenacity to her father's memory she emerged from political persecution and exile to become the leader of the Pakistan People's Party."
- "Benazir recounts how through her tenacity to her father's memory she emerged from political persecution and exile to become the leader of the Pakistan People's Party."@en
- "Prime Minister of Pakistan, Bhutto writes with poise and passion in this autobiography, both a catharsis and a coming to terms with her past. In the poignant opening chapter, she describes the brutal murder in 1977 of her father, Pakistani Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, by General Zia ul-Haq. Under Zia's 11-year military dictatorship, propped up by the CIA and the Reagan administration, the author was kept under house arrest, then imprisoned for years in a cell, where guards encouraged her to commit suicide. She writes lovingly of her brother Shah Nawaz, whose highly suspicious death may have been a CIA murder, she speculates. She is evasive or reticent on sundry personal matters, such as her arranged marriage in 1987."@en
- "Daughter of Destiny, the autobiography of Benazir Bhutto, is a historical document of uncommon passion and courage, the dramatic story of a brilliant, beautiful woman whose life was, up to her tragic assassination in 2007, inexorably tied to her nation's tumultuous history. Bhutto writes of growing up in a family of legendary wealth and near-mythic status, a family whose rich heritage survives in tales still passed from generation to generation. She describes her journey from this protected world onto the volatile stage of international politics through her education at Radcliffe and Oxford, the sudden coup that plunged her family into a prolonged nightmare of threats and torture, her father's assassination by General Zia ul-Haq in 1979, and her grueling experience as a political prisoner in solitary confinement. With candor and courage, Benazir Bhutto recounts her triumphant political rise from her return to Pakistan from exile in 1986 through the extraordinary events of 1988: the mysterious death of Zia; her party's long struggle to ensure free elections; and finally, the stunning mandate that propelled her overnight into the ranks of the world's most powerful, influential leaders."@en
- "Presents the life of the former prime minister of Pakistan, from growing up in a wealthy and influential Pakistani family, through her years as a political prisoner and an exile, to her return to Pakistan and rise to political power."@en
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- "Ibnat al-qadar : sı̄rah dhātı̄yah"
- "Unmei no musume benajiru butto jiden"@ja
- "Hija del destino : autobiografia"@en
- "Ibnat al-qadar : sīrah dhātīyah"
- "Daughter of destiny an autobiography"
- "Daughter of destiny an autobiography"@en
- "Hija del destino : autobiografía"@es
- "Hija del destino : autobiografía"
- "Daughter of Destiny : an autobiography"
- "Daughter of destiny"
- "Unmei no musume benajiru butto jiden : minshuka e no chōsen"
- "Daughter of destiny"@en
- "Daughter of Destiny"@en
- "運命の娘ベナジル・ブット自伝 : 民主化への挑戦"
- "Daughter of destiny : an autobiography"
- "Daughter of destiny : an autobiography"@en