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Return of the Ayatollah

£125.00

Product description

Paperback, First edition, published in 1983 by Andre Deutsch. Blue card front cover and white card spine and rear cover. Title in white on front cover with a design. title in blue on spine. Covers and spine slightly worn at extremities. end papers lightly tanned. clean, tightly bound with no inscriptions.

Mohamed Heikal was appointed to the editorship of the Egyptian newspaper "Al Ahram" in 1957. Under his guidance it became one of the world's great newspapers, and certainly the most influential in the Arab world. As a narrative, his book is likely to stand as definitive. In addition Mr Heikal offers a masterly analysis and explanation of events which will do much to persuade western readers of the folly of simplistic thinking, and the dangers of geopolitical strategies which ignore mundane and inconvenient reality.

Item details

Added value:
Rare
Author(s):
Heikal, Mohamed
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23.5 x 16 x 1.7 cms
Edition:
First Paperback, 1983
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0233976604
ISBN-13:
9780233976600
Number of pages:
217
Publisher:
Andre Deutsch Ltd
Title:
The Return of the Ayatollah

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About this item

Paperback, First edition, published in 1983 by Andre Deutsch. Blue card front cover and white card spine and rear cover. Title in white on front cover with a design. title in blue on spine. Covers and spine slightly worn at extremities. end papers lightly tanned. clean, tightly bound with no inscriptions.

Mohamed Heikal was appointed to the editorship of the Egyptian newspaper "Al Ahram" in 1957. Under his guidance it became one of the world's great newspapers, and certainly the most influential in the Arab world. As a narrative, his book is likely to stand as definitive. In addition Mr Heikal offers a masterly analysis and explanation of events which will do much to persuade western readers of the folly of simplistic thinking, and the dangers of geopolitical strategies which ignore mundane and inconvenient reality.

Added value:
Rare
Author(s):
Heikal, Mohamed
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23.5 x 16 x 1.7 cms
Edition:
First Paperback, 1983
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0233976604
ISBN-13:
9780233976600
Number of pages:
217
Publisher:
Andre Deutsch Ltd
Title:
The Return of the Ayatollah

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