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By combining extracts from their most famous works with Rees' insightful essays, Women on the Nile illuminates the life and writings of three remarkable women and captures something of the romance of 19th century travel to the : Stacey International. It is almost a biography of the Nile – from its farthest headwaters to the Mediterranean. Throughout the book he provides pieces of human and geological history and the stories of the engineers and technocrats who tried for years to exploit it. Collins is a very fine writer. He describes Nasser’s struggle to control the Nile. Writings on the Nile By Joan Rees The coronavirus pandemic is causing significant disruption to our distribution services meaning we only have limited stock availability. In the meantime please use our wishlist to mark any products you would like in the future. We apologise for any inconvenience and aim to be back to normal as soon as possiblePrice: $ Deborah Manley is the author of a number of books on Egypt and the editor of A Cairo Anthology (AUC Press, ) and co-editor of A Nile Anthology (AUC Press, )/5(5).
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Death on the Nile is a pre-Second World War novel, first published in It shows Agatha Christie’s interest in Egypt and archaeology and also reflects much of the flavour and social nuances of the pre-war period. In it she sets a puzzle to solve – who shot Linnet Doyle, the wealthy American heiress? World of Books USA was founded in We all like the idea of saving a bit of cash, so when we found out how many good quality used products are out there - we just had to let you know! See details - Writings on the Nile: Harriet Martineau, Florence Nig by Rees, Joan Paperback. The White Nile (known in various sections as the Bahr el Abiad, Bahr el Jebel, Albert Nile, and Victoria Nile) rises in the headwaters of Lake Victoria in a region of heavy, year-round rainfall; unlike the Blue Nile, it has a constant flow, owing in part to its source area and in part to the regulating effects of its passage through lakes. Naguib Mahfouz. Adrift on the Nile. First published in Translated by Frances Liardet. Translation first published in