Seven Pillars of Wisdom

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Wyatt North Publishing, LLC, 1935 - History - 1475 pages
T.E. Lawrence (1888 - 1935), known as "Lawrence of Arabia" was a British archaeologist, army officer, and writer. Seven Pillars of Wisdom is an autobiographical account of his participation in the Arab Revolt. The illustrations and maps are included in this version.
 

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The title of Seven Pillars comes from the Bible, in the Book of Proverbs. This is Lawrence's personal narrative about the Arab revolt during World War I. A caveat: with all personal narratives come ... Read full review

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Seven Pillars of Wisdom is T.E. Lawrence's classic memoir of his time in the Arabian desert helping the many tribes try to coalesce into an effective fighting force in order to run the Turkish Empire ... Read full review

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Contents

INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER
BOOK ONE The Discovery of Feisal
BOOKTWO Opening the Arab Offensive
BOOK THREE A Railway Diversion
BOOKFOUR Extending to Akaba
BOOK FIVE Marking Time
BOOKSIX The Raid upon the Bridges
BOOKSEVEN The Dead Sea Campaign
BOOK EIGHT The Ruin of High Hope
BOOK NINE Balancing for a Last Effort
BOOK TEN The House is Perfected
EPILOGUE
ILLUSTRATIONS
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