A History of Egypt: From the Arab Conquest to the Present ISBN: 9780521700764

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A used book that has been read but is still in great condition. Egypt occupies a central position in the Arab world. Its borders between sand and sea have existed for millennia and yet until 1952 the country was ruled by foreigners. Afaf al-Sayyid Marsot explores the paradoxes of Egypt’s history in a new edition of her successful A Short History of Modern Egypt. Charting the years from the Arab conquest through the age of the Mamluks Egypt’s incorporation into the Ottoman Empire the liberal experiment in constitutional government in the early twentieth century followed by the Nasser and Sadat years the new edition takes the story up to the present day. During the Mubarak era Egyptians have seen major changes with the rise of globalization and its effects on their economy the advent of new political parties the entrenchment of Islamic fundamentalism and the consequent changing attitudes to women. This short history is ideal for students and travelers.

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ISBN

9780521700764

Format

Paperback

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Book author

Afaf Lutfi Al-Sayyid Marsot

Condition

Used – Very Good

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