Travels in Arabia Deserta, Volume 1

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CUP Archive, 1936 - Arab countries - 696 pages
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I really tried but found "Travels in Arabia Deserta" to be impossible to get through -- I gave up 200 pages in. The book is extremely dry and consists of Doughty mostly wandering around, describing ... Read full review

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One of the greatest books ever written - do not read the abridged version. The language - which finds the language of King James most appropriate to describe (then) contemporary Bedouin life - can ... Read full review

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Contents

THE peraea ammon and moab
1
CHAPTER II
28
CHAPTER IV
85
CHAPTER V
119
CHAPTER VI
150
Appendix to Chaps IV V VI
181
Doughty at Medain Salih translated by M Ernest Benan Membre
188
CHAPTER VIII
215
CHAPTER XII
330
CHAPTER XIII
356
CHAPTER XIV
385
Appendix to Chap XIV
411
CHAPTER XVI
436
CHAPTER XVII
462
CHAPTER XVIII
486
CHAPTER XIX
517

CHAPTER IX
242
THE NOMADS IN THE DESERT VISIT TO TEYMA
271
in the cold A forced march They are little wearied by camelriding
301
CHAPTER XX
539
CHAPTER XXI
566

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