Castro

Reinhard Kleist, William Shakespeare


In October 1958, a young German journalist arrives in Havana, Cuba, and sets out to meet and interview Fidel Castro on behalf of a German newspaper. He finds himself in a country plunged into revolution. From the viewpoint of this young journalist, Kleist presents a detailed look at the life and politics of the Cuban ‘Maximo Lider’ Fidel Castro, from his childhood to the present day. Beautifully realised in Kleist’s bold, striking style, Castro is a unique portrait of one of the most enduring and controversial figures in modern history.

Price £14.99
Format Paperback / softback
Publication Date 1 July 2011
Pages 288
Height 172mm
Width 240mm
Illustrations Black and White Illustrations throughout
Rights Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Central & South America, Caribbean
ISBN-13 9781906838324