The Arab World: Personal Encounters by Elizabeth Warnock Fernea and Robert Alan Fernea
This award-winning volume offers a vivid human portrait of daily life in the Arab countries, based on three decades of personal experience. It provocatively examines the changes that have taken place there since the 1950s and clarifies for the Western reader a scene laden with conflict, civil war, and profound change that is often misunderstood.
Beyond considering the history, religion, leadership, and current social trends in the Arab world, the authors closely examine the lives of its people to portray the realities of daily life in the Arab nations.
Paperback 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 366 pages
Condition: Slight edge wear from storage otherwise book is in great shape.