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Given the twenty-first century association between the Holy Land and the Bible, we may assume that such a relationship just exists, and that the land is like the Book and contains a timeless quality. Eothen requires us to question this supposition. Alexander Kinglake describes a Palestine which is largely a wilderness on the verge of being defined by the political and religious forces of the west. He offers us a glimpse into the past to a society and place as it began to engage with Europe, and with the West.

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ISBN:
9781607246640
Author:
Kinglake, Alexander
Publisher:
Gorgias Press
Author:
Dingle, Alison
Subject:
Islam -- History.
Publication Date:
20091031
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
268
Dimensions:
5.98x9.01x.74 in. 1.24 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Given the twenty-first century association between the Holy Land and the Bible, we may assume that such a relationship just exists, and that the land is like the Book and contains a timeless quality. Eothen requires us to question this supposition. Alexander Kinglake describes a Palestine which is largely a wilderness on the verge of being defined by the political and religious forces of the west. He offers us a glimpse into the past to a society and place as it began to engage with Europe, and with the West.
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