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The Arabs-New Edition


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London, England: Penguin Books, 1985. Paperback. Good/No Jacket. Third Edition, 1985. Trade Paperback in Good Condition. Peter Mansfield explores social, political and historical aspects--from the pre-Islamic nomads of Arabia, the life of Muhammad and the rise of Arab power that followed, to the Western Colonial period, the tragedy of Palestine and the modern Arab renaissance, reinforced by the power of oil. To be read by anyone who wants to know about the Arab world and how they have become what they are today. Pictorial wrappers are clean, with moderate wear to extremities with creased corners, rubbed edges. Overstock mark on bottom edge. Soundly bound. Pages clean, no marks, moderately toned. 527 pages with Index. 5.2 x 7.8 inches. England, Penguin Books, 1985.

Peter Mansfield (1928–1996) corresponded regularly for the Financial Times , Economist , and London Sunday Times on Middle Eastern affairs. The author and editor of numerous works, he is best known for his comprehensive study The Arabs .


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