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The Arab at Home

£30.00

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Book by Paul W. Harrison. 1924 edition. This work, dedicated to Abdul Aziz bin Saud, one of the author's "best friends", was written to reach a Western public eager to learn about the Arab people and about Ibn Saud, whose military success against the Al-Rashidi and consolidation of control over the Nejd had brought him to international awareness. The book includes 40 black and white photos, plus a map. Chapters each address aspects of the different Arabian ethnicities and Islam. 322 p. Green boards, with gold lettering on front and spine. Some shelf rub and corners bumped. End paper has dedication and date of 1925. Tanning and foxing to end papers. Title page has embossed stamp of prior owner which reads "Library of Jana Burseova". No dust jacket.

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Added value:
First edition, 1925
Author(s):
Paul W. Harrison
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
5 1/2" x 8"
Edition:
1925
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
345
Publisher:
Thomas Y. Crowell Company
Title:
The Arab at Home

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Book by Paul W. Harrison. 1924 edition. This work, dedicated to Abdul Aziz bin Saud, one of the author's "best friends", was written to reach a Western public eager to learn about the Arab people and about Ibn Saud, whose military success against the Al-Rashidi and consolidation of control over the Nejd had brought him to international awareness. The book includes 40 black and white photos, plus a map. Chapters each address aspects of the different Arabian ethnicities and Islam. 322 p. Green boards, with gold lettering on front and spine. Some shelf rub and corners bumped. End paper has dedication and date of 1925. Tanning and foxing to end papers. Title page has embossed stamp of prior owner which reads "Library of Jana Burseova". No dust jacket.

Added value:
First edition, 1925
Author(s):
Paul W. Harrison
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
5 1/2" x 8"
Edition:
1925
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
345
Publisher:
Thomas Y. Crowell Company
Title:
The Arab at Home

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