Ali Dubyiah and the Forty Thieves: A Contemporary Fable
Told from a vantage point of long ago and far away, Ali Dubyiah and the Forty Thieves reconstructs--from the recently discovered journals of Ibrahim Barzouni--the tale of the ruler George W. Dubyiah Fratbush, son of the earlier monarch Wimpbush, and the Fall of the American Empire. After Ali Dubyiah ascends to the kingship, his lust for power draws him into a gambit to take possession of the world, together with his band of thieves--including Dick Chaingang, Donald Rumsfailed, and Paul Werewolf. But how long can Ali Dubyiah lie, cheat, and steal before his subjects rise up against him?
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Ali Dubyiah and the Forty Thieves, a Parable of the Reign of George W. Fratbush Recently while attending the annual meeting of the Southern Historical Association, I happened to stop by a booth ... Read full review
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