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The Arabs: Journeys Beyond the Mirage by  David Lamb - Paperback - 1988 - from The Parnassus BookShop and Biblio.com

The Arabs: Journeys Beyond the Mirage

by Lamb, David

Condition: Very Good


U.S.A: Vintage Books/Random House, 1988. Paperback. Very Good. Trade Paperback in Very Good Condition. xvi, 333 pages with bibliography and index. White cover with red titles is clean and unmarked, with trace wear to front corners. Tight glued binding, square. . Pages completely clean with no markings, lightly toned. A thoughtful, close-up study of the Arab peoples, based on firsthand observation and on knowledge of their history. Lamb deals with most of the issues that vex the Middle East today -- spread of religious extremism, the politics of oil, the changing image of Israel, the nature of Arab terrorism, with considered suggestions on the most effective measures for stamping it out. xvi, 333 pages with bibliography and index. 8 x 5.25 inches. Vintage Books/Random House, New York, 1988.


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