The Arabs

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Penguin, 1985 - History - 527 pages
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Traces the history of the Arabs, surveys the modern Arab states, and looks at their religion, culture, traditions, and politics

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This was a perfect introduction to a linguistic, religious and geographical culture that I knew next to nothing about prior to reading. In one volume the author carefully covers all the ground ... Read full review

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Arab world and how the Arabs have become what they are today... Read full review

Contents

Part One The Arab Past
11
Who are the Arabs?
13
The Great Arab Explosion
31
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About the author (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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