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The long 1890s in egypt : colonial quiescence, subterranean resistance

Author: Marilyn Booth; Anthony Gorman
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2014]. ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Egypt just before political eruption! Turns of the century in Africa's northeastern corner have been critical moments, ushering in overt popular activism in the hope of radical political redirection--as this volume's focus on Egypt's 19th-century fin-de-siècle demonstrates. The end of the 19th century in Egypt witnessed crisscrossing and conflicting political currents as well as fluctuating economic, geopolitical,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marilyn Booth; Anthony Gorman
ISBN: 0748670122 9780748670123
OCLC Number: 953424341
Description: x, 438 pages ; 24 cm
Responsibility: edited by Marilyn Booth and Anthony Gorman..

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Egypt just before political eruption! Turns of the century in Africa's northeastern corner have been critical moments, ushering in overt popular activism in the hope of radical political redirection--as this volume's focus on Egypt's 19th-century fin-de-siècle demonstrates. The end of the 19th century in Egypt witnessed crisscrossing and conflicting political currents as well as fluctuating economic, geopolitical, social conditions, demographic conditions and cultural processes. Like Egypt's 20th-century fin-de-siècle, much of this ferment was a prelude to the more visible and politically eruptive events of the next decades, when Egypt's popular resistance burst onto the international scene. But its subterranean cast was no less dynamic for that.

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