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Barbary, the romance of the nearest East,

Author: A MacCallum Scott
Publisher: London, T. Butterworth, Ltd. [1921]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A MacCallum Scott
OCLC Number: 2806213
Notes: "First published October, 1921."
Description: 222 pages including 2 double maps frontispiece, plates 23 cm
Contents: The five towns --
Iced sunshine --
Féte mauresque --
The lost city --
Tipasa --
"The garden of Allah" --
A desert city --
"What's become of Waring?" --
Afric's snowy mountains --
Frontiers of Rome --
The Domen-hunter --
Who goes shopping? --
The street of perfumes --
Marble dust --
"Salambo" --
Bou Kornein --
The sahel and the steppes --
The Grande Mosquée --
The old gods --
Islam --
The task of France --
"Esto perpetua" --
Charlie meets the boat.
Responsibility: by A. MacCallum Scott.

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