Baghdad Without A Map, and Other Misadventures in Arabia

Baghdad Without A Map, and Other Misadventures in Arabia

Book - 1991
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Baker & Taylor
The author recounts his experiences traveling through the Middle East, describing Beirut's shell-shocked streets, the Ayatollah Khomeini's grief-crazed funeral, and an unexpected encounter with Muammar Qadaffi

Publisher: Dutton, 1991
ISBN: 9780525249603
Branch Call Number: 915.6 Hor


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Apr 01, 2016

This author had me gut-laughing from page 2 of the prologue & it never really let up, even through all the horrors of war & the tragicomedy of despotism, among the many other troubles & triumphs great & small that this guy encounters. A skillful journalistic voice & an excellent window on Middle Eastern culture, directly quoted, & while the roster of current events has probably changed plenty in the last 20 years, the hopes & despairs & ironies in play seem timelessly recorded here, with a lot of empathy & insight along the way. Very much recommended! CR

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