An Interpretation of the Arabs. As the violence of the Middle East has come to America, many Westerners are stunned and confounded by this new form of mayhem that appears to be a feature of Arab societies. This important book explains how Arabs are closed in a circle defined by tribal, religious, and cultural traditions.
"That Middle Eastern society has its problems . . . is undeniable. From David Pryce-Jones the reader will discover some of the reasons why this has been so, and will be given many acute insights into how the Middle East works, or fails to work."--David Morgan, "Times Literary Supplement."
"A brilliant insight into the way Arab societies work."-- David Shipler, "New York Times Book Review"
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