Rwala Bedouin of the Arabian Peninsula
This is a well-written anthropological study of the Rwala Bedouin of the Arabian Peninsula. The author and his family spent several years with the tribe so he could learn first-hand about their society. Of particular interest is the author's assessment of position and importance of women. His analysis is of interest to students and teachers of anthropology and Middle Eastern studies, but as a general, unromantic account of Bedouin life, the book will also appeal to anyone with an interest in the Arab world.
Size 145 x 220 mm
Condition: Good, signed by the author
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1981
ISBN: 978 0521 238 77 9