A Desert Dies.


From 1982-1985, the Sudan was devistated by drought. During these years Michael Asher lived with the Kababish, a nomadic tribe of the Sahara,, in an area racked with hunger and torn by brutal civil war. He learned the ancient customs of the desert Arabs, their language, their traditions and their skills, an unchanged way of life that had endured for centuries in one of the worlds least hospitable environments.

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h/b in v/g d/w. Boards fine and clean, except for two small dents in the bottom back edge, probably when the book has been dropped at some time. Size 10×6 pp 330 inc index, glossary, list of tribes ect. Hinges strong, binding tight, textblock fine and clean throughout. Some b/w half-plates, and page maps. An almost fine copy ,once again i would suggest unread.


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