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The Olive Route : A Personal Journey Through the Heart of the Mediterranean

by Drinkwater, Carol

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Published
2006
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Fine
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1st UK Ed..
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9780297847892
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London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2006 "Starting out from her Provencal olive farm to distant Mediterranean shores . on a quest for the olive's ancient secrets . tracking , amongst others, the Cretans, Phoenicians Greeks and Romans, as well as encountering its modern-day inhabitants [she] returns to her home bringing with her many inspirational tales of this tree of eternity" 328p.… Read more
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The Alleys of Marrakesh

by Mayne,Peter

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Published
1957
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Good>Very Good
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Reissue.
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London: Penguin, 1957 Vintage panguin [#1230] 191p. Text clean and complete, but shabby cover and agetones paper.. Reissue.. Pbk. Good>Very Good.
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Smara, the Forbidden City: Being the Journal of Michel Vieuchange While Travelling Among the Independent Tribes of South Morocco and Rio De Oro

by Vieuchange, Michel; Vieuchange, Jean

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Published
1987
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Near Fine
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Facsimile Reprint.
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9780880011464
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$15.00

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New York: Ecco Press, 1987 Edited, with introduction and epilogue by Jean Vieuchange, with a preface by Paul Claudel. Translated from the French by Fletcher Allen. Facsimile edition of book first published 1932 by E.P.Dutton.276p. index. Facsimile Reprint.. Soft Cover. Near Fine.
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Lords of the Atlas: Morocco, the Rise and Fall of the House of Glaoua

by Maxwell, Gavin

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Published
1987
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Near Fine
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Reprint.
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9780712600682
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London: Century, 1987 A story of the dramatic events of intrigue and actionof remote and exotic places ,During the Meteorotic rise to power of the legendary Warrior tribe, The Glaoua and their equally sudden and spectacular downfall.. Reprint.. Soft Cover. Near Fine.
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Isabelle : The Life of Isabelle Eberhardt

by Kobak,Annette

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Published
1988
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As New
Edition
1st.US Edition.
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9780394576916
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$21.00

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New York: A.A.Knopf, 1988 Amazing life of a young Russian girl who disguised herslf as a boy and went to live among the desert Arabs of North Africa. 258p. illus bibliography.index. 1st.US Edition.. Hard Cover. As New/As New.
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Home to Numidia

by Motley, Mary

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Published
1964
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Very Good
Edition
First Edition.
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London: Longmans, 1964 A childhood in Algeria with her mother (the sculptress Clare Sheridan ) gave the author a unique experience of the place and its people - this book is " the record of a troubled friendship with a country she still loves - an unbiased portrait of Algeria and its people, her knowledge of whom must be unique"… Read more
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A Desert Dies

by Asher,Michael

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KALAMOS BOOKS
Published
1988
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Very Good
ISBN
9780140095791
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London: Penguin, 1988 "In 1982 the fierce,beautiful and drought-sticken Sahara was home for thousands of nomads. By 1985 it had become a waste land .' A Desert Dies' is Michael Asher's first hand account of living with the Kalabish tribe as they roamad across Sahara by camel, an area devastated by hunger, civil war and the blinkered indifference of politicians.… Read more
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A Desert Dies

by Asher,Michael

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Published
1988
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Very Good
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9780140095791
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London: Penguin, 1988 "In 1982 the fierce,beautiful and drought-sticken Sahara was home for thousands of nomads. By 1985 it had become a waste land .' A Desert Dies' is Michael Asher's first hand account of living with the Kalabish tribe as they roamad across Sahara by camel, an area devastated by hunger, civil war and the blinkered indifference of politicians.… Read more
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