Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty


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    review Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages Charles M. Doughty ò 9 characters Free read Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ò Charles M. Doughty Doughty was one of those legendary eccentric Englishmen who made the late Victorian era so brilliantly fun to read about Arabia Deserta and yes the full work is worth finding is his account of his wanderings amongst the Bedouin of what's now southern Jordan and northern Saudi Arabia back when it was all loosely under Turkish rule Doughty w

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    Free read Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ò Charles M. Doughty Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty Charles M. Doughty ò 9 characters It gives a very good idea about the manner of people living at Arabia 150 years ago Although Doughty was an extremist to his religion he was fair when he describe the Bedouins and their rude behavior and manners I thought

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    Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty Wildly racist and full of excessive detail on such as rocks weather and baroue tribal formations Doughty was an

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    review Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages Charles M. Doughty ò 9 characters Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty Charles Doughty’s imposing 1400 page tome is one of those strange books many people hail as a masterpiece of travel literature but which few of those people have read Famous among scholars of Arab history and culture it’s often been described as “an achievement” than a gripping read But thanks to this well chosen selection from Dover

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    review Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages Charles M. Doughty ò 9 characters Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty A masterpiece of travel writing a tour de force of adventure writing a profound philosophical work in one of the most elegant styles written since Spenser It is very long longer than War and Peace but like that work the longer the better because when it stops when he leaves his journey in Arabia among the Bedu you wish he would keep going You feel like you are with him on the entire journey experiencing what

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    Free read Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ò Charles M. Doughty Charles M. Doughty ò 9 characters review Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages Doughty's deliberately archaic language makes this book tough going but his account is still fascinating Harder for me than the language actually is his intense religiosity and endless proselytizing Needless to say I skimmed right over those numerous passages I should probably get the condensed version of this book selected passages for I've never managed to finish it and doubt I ever will Still even just in bits it's a book tha

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    Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty Ongoing experiment I have the book on my phone and occasionally read it when stuck in lines somewhere Any random place in the book is good enough though 2 minutes and you are in a different world A great window int

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    review Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages Charles M. Doughty ò 9 characters Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty I really tried but found Travels in Arabia Deserta to be impossible to get through I gave up 200 pages in The book is extremely dry and consists of Doughty mostly wandering around describing the artifacts and la

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    Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty Charles M. Doughty ò 9 characters Free read Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ò Charles M. Doughty I gave this a valiant try but his style is loathsome

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    Free read Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ò Charles M. Doughty Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages (E–pub/Kindle) À Charles M. Doughty 1843 – 19261888reads like middle class civil servant a little ignorant but learningbut such strange languageso

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Wildly racist and full of excessive detail on such as rocks weather and baroue tribal formations Doughty was an amazingly cantankerous fucker constantly proclaiming the inferiority of Arab ways to anyone who would listen and his seemingly endless supply of cowpox vaccine and other medical gear is one imagines the real reason he managed to live through all this There s some really amazing prose interspersed throughout you just can t read it like a normal book Doughty s deliberately archaic language makes this book tough going but his account is still fascinating Harder for me than the language actually is his intense religiosity and endless proselytizing Needless to say I skimmed right over those numerous passages I should probably get the condensed version of this book selected passages I ve never managed to finish it and doubt I ever Still even just in bits finish it and doubt I ever will Still even just in bits s a book that made a distinct impression You ve got to admire anyone with that much determination stamina and pigheaded individuality if nothing else I gave this a valiant try but his style is loathsome It gives a very good idea about the manner of people living at Arabia 150 years ago Although Doughty was an extremist to his religion he was fair when he describe the Bedouins and their rude behavior and manners I thought the book interesting A masterpiece of travel writing a tour de force of adventure and manners I thought the book interesting A masterpiece of travel writing a tour de force of adventure a profound philosophical work in one of the most elegant styles written since Spenser It is very long longer than War and Peace but like that work the longer the better because when it stops when he leaves his journey in Arabia among the Bedu you wish he would eep going You feel like you are with. بدأ داوتي رحلاته بإسبانيا وإيطاليا ثم ذهب إلى اليونان فمصر حيث وصل القاهرة عام 1875م، ثم عبر صحراء سيناء حتى وصل مدينة البتراء حيث سمع عن مدائن صالح المدينة الأثرية في شمالي الحجاز التي لم تنجح كل من بوركهارت وبيرتون في الوصول إليها، وعزم داوتي على مشاهدتها وانضم إلى. ,


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Reader can now enjoy some of the author s best passages without bogging down in rambling Victorian age digressionsCharles Doughty traveled the Arabian peninsula in the 1870 s when Wahabi fanaticism was at its height Other explorers had made similar 1870 s when Wahabi fanaticism was at its height Other explorers had made similar before Him But Usually In Disguise Doughty Traveled but usually in disguise Doughty traveled as a Christian and an Englishman among ragged Bedouin tribesmen and devious Arabian townsmen through desolate wasteland where his life was worth less than the coins in his pocket He was repeatedly robbed sometimes beaten and Often Taken Advantage Of But He Also taken advantage of but he also indness honesty and companionship on his journey Once you get past the old fashioned style of his prose the story of his famine level existence and his endurance of climactic and cultural extremes makes for a gripping readDoughty s remarkable firsthand observations of Arab life and culture provide modern readers with a window into our now vanished past as well as a glimpse of what it was like to travel before there were hostels tour packages or the Lonely Planet Travels in Arabia Deserta can be a challenging read but the insights you ll come away with are worth the effort Ongoing experiment I have the book on my phone and occasionally read it when stuck in lines somewhere Any random place in the book is good enough though 2 minutes and you are in a different world A great window into Arabia as it was before the modern world hit it or it hit the modern world by the way I think Lawrence of Arabia met Doughty at some point in England and got tips about the Arabs if i remember correctly 1843 19261888reads like middle class civil servant a little ignorant but learningbut such strange languageso archai. مع قافلة للحجاج إلى الحجاز، ووصل الطائف ثم توجه إلى جدة في أغسطس 1878م، وكتب كتابه الجزيرة العربية الصحراوية، ورسم فيه صورة فريدة من نوعها عن الجزيرة، كما كتب عن حياة البدو وما يقاسونه من معاناة وشدة، وعن كرمهم وعاداتهم، وأبرز كثيراً من المفارقات في حياتهم الإجتماعي. .

Him on the entire journey experiencing what he experiences the beauty the agony the frustrations the wonder of it all t I really tried but found Travels in Arabia Deserta to be impossible to get through I gave up 200 pages in The book is extremely dry and consists of Doughty mostly wandering around describing the artifacts and landscape while dropping tons and tons of Arabic words into the mix Apologies to TE Lawrence who loved this work but this book just hasn t aged well Doughty was one of those legendary eccentric Englishmen who made the late Victorian era so brilliantly fun t aged well Doughty was one of those legendary eccentric Englishmen who made the late Victorian era so brilliantly fun read about Arabia Deserta and yes the full work is worth finding is about Arabia Deserta and yes the full work is worth finding is account of his wanderings amongst the Bedouin of what s now southern Jordan and northern Saudi Arabia back when it was all loosely under Turkish rule Doughty was a lone infidel and very much upfront about being a believing Victorian Christian with no money or real skills living with tribes whose reaction varied from violent robbery to open handed hospitality His account was written up in a strange archaic almost 17th c English that he developed himself Beautiful language powerful scenes a ind of violent empathy for his hosts Don t look to Doughty for enthnography or politics or geography Look to him for the sweep of the language and for a vivid and overawed sense of place Charles Doughty s imposing 1400 page tome is one of those strange books many people hail as a masterpiece of travel literature but which few of those people have read Famous among scholars of Arab history and culture it s often been described as an achievement than a gripping read But thanks to this well chosen selection from Dover Publications the casual. قافلة للحج تحت اسم مستعار خليل؛ وصل إلى مدائن صالح في نوفمبر 1876م، واستطاع أن يتجول في المنطقة مستنسخاً الكتابات والرسوم المنقوشة في واجهات المقابر، وبدلاً من العودة مع الحجاج إلى دمشق آثر داوتي حياة البداوة وعاش مع جماعة بدوية وتجول معهم في الخامس من يوليو 1878م توجه. ,

Travels in Arabia Deserta Selected Passages