Revolt in the Desert, the abridged version of Seven Pillars of Wisdom—T. E. Lawrence’s rendition of the overt and covert journeys in the Middle East in support of the Arab rebellion against Turkish Ottoman rule—entails a journey in itself—in time, space and myth—in order to come to grips with history and its complex ramifications. Lawrence knew the terrain well, had a clear agenda and was primarily interested in Realpolitik , political expediency and military pragmatism, and certainly not in the magnificence of the East or its cultural and mythical splendours.
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A hardcover cover 1927 fourth impression edition with brown cloth cover and gilt lettering, there is some rubbing to the edges and some marks to the front and backboards. Page edges are untrimmed. Portraits are scattered throughout the book and there is a folding map to the rear of the book with the general direction the journeys took. There is an ink inscription on the front inside the page. There is foxing and toning throughout the book but the text and plates are clear and legible.
Fourth Impression 1927 -Published by Jonathan Cape, London
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