Paradise Regained is the affectionately written memoir of Milovan Djilas, dissident and long-term political prisoner of Yugoslavia. In this compelling narrative, C.L. Sulzberger, former foreign affairs columnist for The New York Times, recollects his spirited and frank discussions with Djilas over the course of their long friendship. Djilas life, marked by significant political power as well as years of imprisonment, is fully revealed as he expounds on the great events of the twentieth century. Sulzberger provides a strikingly human perspective on this key figure in Eastern European politics. This engrossing book, one man's personal testament to a friend, is essential realing for anyone interested in the history of the twentieth century.