Book Size: 5" x 7.75"

Pages: 408

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781566563512

Series: Interlink Traveller's Histories

Imprint: Interlink Books

Edition: 2

Illustrations: b&w illustrations, maps

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A Traveller's History of North Africa

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“Rogerson shows a mastery of his subject in this clear and literate history of the Maghrib… a fascinating account that should appeal not merely to travellers seeking an understanding of the region but also general readers with a taste for history. Recommended.” – Library Journal

About this book

This volume covers the countries of Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and Algeria and is written by an expert on the area. It provides a concise and readable history of the region's journey from its earliest beginnings right up to the politics and life of the present day.

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About the author

Barnaby Rogerson is the author of A Traveller’s History of North Africa and several Cadogan guides. He regularly conducts lecture tours in Morocco, Tunisia and Libya.

Reviews

“Rogerson shows a mastery of his subject in this clear and literate history of the Maghrib… a fascinating account that should appeal not merely to travellers seeking an understanding of the region but also general readers with a taste for history. Recommended.” – Library Journal

Additional information

Author

Rogerson, Barnaby

Edition

2

Inprint

Interlink Books

Pages

408

Type

PB

Illustrations

b&w illustrations , maps

Author Home

UK

Format

5" x 7"å_"

Reviews

Rogerson shows a mastery of his subject in this clear and literate history of the Maghrib"a fascinating account that should appeal not merely to travellers seeking an understanding of the region but also general readers with a taste for history. Recommended.' Library Journal

MainReview

Rogerson shows a mastery of his subject in this clear and literate history of the Maghrib"a fascinating account that should appeal not merely to travellers seeking an understanding of the region but also general readers with a taste for history. Recommended.' Library Journal