The Daily Hell of Baghdad

Correspondent Aparisim Ghosh's unflinching diary of his days and nights in Baghdad proved eye-opening to readers. Scores wrote to thank him, many finding sobering contrast between how they lead their lives and how Ghosh, Baghdad citizens and coalition troops must cope during wartime

Reading Aparisim Ghosh's brilliantly evocative "Baghdad Diary" [Aug. 28] at the back door of my typically English bungalow on a gently warm late summer's day was utterly bizarre. From his description of the terrifying descent into Baghdad airport to the final words of his article, I was lost in his powerful rhetoric. Fortunately, we have...

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