Anwar Sadat's life was shaped by Egypt's national struggle and the conflict between the Arab world and Israel. This biography charts his progress from fanatical nationalist to President of Egypt, and from world'statesman to tragic hero, who gave his life in the cause of peace.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||0.77(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)|
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Source Unknown - reviewed by Joel Gordon Department of History Uni Of Nebraska - Omaha
"Finkelstone"s title alone forewarns the reader that the book is more hagiography than dispassionate analysis."
"Sadat"s friends will like this book; his foes, depending on their demeanor, will grimace or sneer. Those who seek to fathom the vision and the daring will have to wait."
Jewish Chronicle- " Finkelstone"s book will help to enable the reader to make an informed judgement of Mr Sadat"s legacy"
The Tablet- " Finkelstone"s objectivity is refreshing