Fellah and Townsman in the Middle East: Studies in Social History

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Psychology Press, 1982 - History - 338 pages
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This volume deals with the history of the "common people" in the Middle East, both villagers and urban dwellers. It investigates some of the characteristic traits of the structure and development of urban and rural society in pre-modern and modern Middle Eastern history.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
1
Fellah and Townsman in Egypt and Syria
2
The Village Shaykh in Palestine
107
The Turkish Guilds
146
Urban And Rural Revolt
223
Index
325
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