Written by two young expats living in Tunisia, this book chronicles the events that developed during these 30 days following Bouazizi’s tragic gesture. No More Fear also documents the progressions of events and attempts at explaining how the sacrifice of a poor street vendor catalyzed an entire population to break the "wall of fear ", leading to unexpected change.
Beyond the authors’ personal experience, the story is based on interviews with families of "martyrs of the revolution", lawyers, artists, bloggers and journalists. The book reports messages exchanged on of the most significant sources of mobilization during the “Arab Spring”, social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, which became virtual arena in which protestors could join the uprising.
Intense, accurate and lively tales from two expats living in
A unique literary genre: real life, a clear and fascinating story of a reality which is already history.
A close look at the important role of Facebook and Twitter in the revolution in
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