The Islamic Near East and North Africa: An Annotated Guide to Books in English for Non-Specialists

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The Islamic Near East
and North Africa
An Annotated Guide to Books in English
for Non-Specialists

David W. Littlefield

1977

LIBRARIES UNLIMITED, INC.
Littleton, Colo.

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  • The Islamic Near East and North Africa - An Annotated Guide to Books in English for Non-Specialists *
  • Table of Contents 5
  • Acknowledgments 11
  • Introduction 13
  • General Works 21
  • I. Bibliographies 21
  • Ii. Reference Works 30
  • Iii. General Works 35
  • Iv. History and Politics 38
  • V. International Relations 58
  • Vi. Biography 69
  • Vii. Civilization 75
  • Viii. Language and Literature 83
  • Ix. Society 118
  • X. Education 125
  • Xi. Economy 127
  • Xii. Description and Travel 132
  • Xiii. Religion (general and Christianity, Druses) 136
  • Xiv. Islam 139
  • Individual Countries 169
  • Xv. Afghanistan 170
  • Xvi. Arabian Peninsula 176
  • Xvii. Armenia 185
  • Xviii. Cyprus 187
  • Xix. Egypt 189
  • Xx. Iran 203
  • Xxi. Iraq 216
  • Xxii. Israel and Palestine 220
  • Xxiii. Arab-Israeli Conflict 240
  • Xxiv. Jordan 253
  • Xxv. Lebanon 257
  • Xxvi. Sudan 262
  • Xxvii. Syria 266
  • Xxviii. Turkey 270
  • Xxix. North Africa 287
  • Xxx. Algeria 294
  • Xxxi. Libya 299
  • Xxxii. Mauritania 302
  • Xxxiii. Morocco 303
  • Xxxiv. Tunisia 312
  • Special Lists 315
  • Addendum 320
  • Author Index 333
  • Title Index 348
  • Subject Index 368
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