The great cyclist of the postwar years: Coppi’s scandalous divorce and controversial death convulsed Italy in the 1950s. Fallen Angel tells the tragic story of the man who became Italy’s symbol of rebirth after the disasters of war, yet died reviled and heartbroken.
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William Fotheringham writes for the Guardian and Observer on cycling and rugby. He is the author of a biography of Tom Simpson, Put Me Back on My Bike, which was acclaimed by Velo magazine as 'the best cycling biography ever written' and Roule Britannia: A History of Britons in the Tour de France.Review:
"The Italian star’s rivalry with Gino Bartali makes Armstrong v Contador look like a playground spat." —Observer
"Admirable. Coppi's melancholy journey from poverty to superstardom is a cautionary tale of the price of fame." —Financial Times
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Descripción Yellow Jersey Press, 2009. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110224074474