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Publisher: London Cass 1995
Series: Middle eastern studies, Vol. 31,4 = special issue.
Edition/Format:   Book : English

This book by a prize-winning foreign affairs correspondent, tells the story of a life shaped by Egypt's national struggle and dominated by the conflict between the Arab world and Israel.


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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0714634875 9780714634876
OCLC Number: 174352345
Description: S. 672 - 966.
Contents: Source Unknown - reviewed by Joel Gordon Department of History Uni Of Nebraska - Omaha "Finkelstone"s title alone forewarns the reader that the book is more hagiography than dispassionate analysis." "Sadat"s friends will like this book; his foes, depending on their demeanor, will grimace or sneer. Those who seek to fathom the vision and the daring will have to wait." Evening Standard Jewish Chronicle- " Finkelstone"s book will help to enable the reader to make an informed judgement of Mr Sadat"s legacy" The Tablet- " Finkelstone"s objectivity is refreshing
Series Title: Middle eastern studies, Vol. 31,4 = special issue.
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