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Makes available for the first time to an English reader the key writings of a hugely original nineteenth Century French writer on the Near East.
Introductory Essay Part 1: Three Years in Asia 1. The Nation 2. Religion 3. The Sufis 4. The Condition of Individuals 5. Characters, Social Relations 6. Probable Results of Relations Between Europe and Asia Part 2: Religions and Philosophies of Central Asia 1. Religious and Moral Character of Asiatics 2. Faith of the Arabs, Origin and Development of Shi‘ism 3. Beginnings of Babism 4. Development of Babism 5. Battles and Successes of The Babis in Mazandaran 6. Fall of the Castle of Shaykh Tabarsi, Trouble in Zanjan 7. Insurrection in Zanjan, Captivity and Death of the Bab 8. Attempt on the King’s Life Bibliography
Posted September 2, 2010
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