In the shadow of Islam
Isabelle Eberhardt has emerged from the shadows to become a cult figure and an icon of the women's movement. Here is the first paperback edition of her travel journal cited by Paul Bowles as "a valuable work".
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In either a wicked case of restlessness or the spirit of adventure, Eberhardt packed her bags and left Geneva for the far edges of Morocco in 1897. She was 20 years old. Her journey into the Sahara ... Read full review
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