12 edition of Setting the Desert on Fire found in the catalog.
February 18, 2008
by W. W. Norton
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||352|
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My book on Lawrence of Arabia and the Arab Revolt, Setting the Desert on Fire, was first published in Something that struck me while I was working on that book was the degree of rivalry I read Modern History at Oxford University/5.
"Barr turns history into a drama, with bright writing and a fascinating cast of characters.” —Mary Foster, Associated Press, Setting the Desert on Fire, T. Lawrence and Britain's Secret War in Arabia,James Barr, James Barr, Setting the Desert on Fire: ce and Britain’s’ Secret War in Arabia, (London: Bloomsbury ) This book does not fit easily into any one category: it is dramatic, a thrilling account of the last struggles of the Ottoman Empire, the conquest of Palestine by General Allenby and the extraordinary achievements of Lawrence in the destruction of the Hijaz railway.
Setting the Desert on Fire is a masterly account of a key moment in the history of the Middle East, and a portrait of Lawrence himself that is bright, nuanced, and full of fresh insights into the true nature of the master mythmaker.3/5(1).
Setting the Desert on Fire T.E. Lawrence and Britain's Secret War in Arabia, (Book): Barr, James: It was T. Lawrence's classic Seven Pillars of Wisdom that made the Arab Revolt a legend and helped turn the British intelligence officer into the mythical Lawrence of Arabia.
But the intrigue behind the revolt and its startling consequences for the present-day Middle East. Setting the Desert On Fire isn't about Lawrence of Arabia, it is about Britain's role in the Arab Revolt.
Lawrence was an important part of the story, so he's used as the fulcrum. The romantic image of Lawrence of Arabia was used to sell the book.
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Details *. Fortunately, I don't spend all my time hunting for information in the was a visit to Syria in to see the crusader castles that sparked my interest in T.E. Lawrence - and to complete the research for my book about the Arab Revolt, Setting the Desert on Fire, I then went to Jordan, and Saudi Arabia, going deep into the desert to see the places in the story for.
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The romantic image of Lawrence of Arabia was used to sell the book.4/5(22). Schemes That Set the Desert on Fire. Mini Teaser: After WWI, Britain and France made the Arab world the object of history, not its subject. James Barr’s new book shows that the Middle East was. The setting of a story is the environment your characters are in.
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It can be tough to remember the title and author of a book you read a long time ago Author: Gwen Glazer. Get this from a library! Setting the desert on fire: T.E. Lawrence and Britain's secret war in Arabia, [James Barr] -- T.E. Lawrence's classic Seven Pillars of Wisdom made the Arab revolt a legend and helped turn him into the mythical "Lawrence of Arabia." Setting the Desert on Fire is both a masterly account of the.Search, study, and listen with Deseret Bookshelf.
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E. Lawrence, but here filled with a wide range of characters including the British Prime Minister Lloyd George, whose desire to capture 'Jerusalem by Christmas' .