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Tales of secret Egypt
|Statement||by Sax Rohmer.|
|Series||Masterpieces of oriental mystery|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||313|
TALES OF SECRET EGYPT Author Rohmer, Sax (pseudonym of Arthur S. Ward) Book condition Used - Edges show mild dust soiling, a fine copy in a bright fine dust jacket with two small closed tears to the rear panel. A stunning Quantity available 1 Edition First U.S. edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Robert M. McBride & Company Place of Publication Book Edition: First U.S. Edition. Tales of Secret Egypt contains throughout a matter-of-fact racism not unlike the racism Rohmer has taken flak for in his Fu Manchu stories. The reader can, without much effort, construct something of a hierarchy of races, according to Rohmer: whites, Arabs, Indians, Chinese, and, at the bottom, blacks (every black in every story in this volume is a massive, stupid goon).
Egypt is one of the oldest literary cultures on earth, dating from B.C. when Menes united Upper and Lower Egypt. The tales in this book are divided into three sections. "Tales of the Gods" tell myths about ancient Egyptian deities such as Amen-Ra, /5(K). Tales of Secret Egypt. New York: First U. S. edition. Octavo. , , [1, blank] pages. Publisher's green cloth, spine and front lettered in blue; all text block edges trimmed; original illustrated dust jacket. Spine ends slightly pushed and showing just a trace of wear; lower corners of binding tapped. Text block softly dulled.
A treasure trove of information about Ancient Egypt presented in a seek-and-find format, with a magnifying glass included (because “every Egyptologist needs a magnifying glass”). This fun and interactive book includes 16 scenes depicting daily life for the Ancient Egyptians, each with hundreds of miniature cartoon-style figures going about. The scenes of this story are laid in Egypt -- Abu-Tabah, the inscrutable Egyptian, who appears and disappears so mysteriously, is not so blood-curdling a v Tales of Secret Egypt. 0 5 Autor: In the latter half of the book, notably in the story, "The Valley of the Sorceress," there is an element new in Rohmer's work -- that of the.
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Tales of Secret Egypt book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The scenes of this story are laid in Egypt -- Abu-Tabah, the /5. These are early stories of Rohmer's, taking place in and around Eqypt.
Sax and his wife Elizabeth went to visit Egypt in the late nineteen-teens. Mysterious Arab secret agents, beautiful and seductive young harem girls, and places the Rohmers visited, such as the /5(16).
The "Other Tales" are not a series of stories so much as they are an assemblage of modern Arabian Nights stories set in Egypt told by a variety of narrators. They are the best tales in the book. The stories are: "Lord of the Jackals," "Lure of Souls," "The Secret of Ismail," "Harun Pasha," "In the Valley of the Sorceress," and "Pomegranate Flower"/5.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rohmer, Sax, Tales of secret Egypt. New York: McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie,  (OCoLC) Tales of Secret Egypt Contents: Part I. Tales of Abû Tabâh: The Yashmak of Pearls.
The Death-Ring of Sneferu. The Lady of the Lattice. Omar of Ispahân. Breath of Allah. The Whispering Mummy -- Part II. Other Tales: Lord of the Jackals. Lure of Souls. The Secret of Ismail. Harûn Pasha. In the Valley of the Sorceress.
Pomegranate Flower. If you’re the kind of person that loves being kept on tenterhooks for the plot of the book you’re reading to unfurl befo Top 10 Historical Fiction Novels Over the annals of history, there have been countless amazing real events that have inspired fictional tales against the 4/5(3).
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Tales of Secret Egypt by Sax Rohmer; 11 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book. Tales of Secret Egypt by Sax Rohmer The scenes of this story are laid in Egypt - Abu-Tabah, the inscrutable Egyptian, who appears and disappears so mysteriously, is not so blood-curdling a villain as Fu Manchu, but his exploits possess the same breathless interest that characterized the activities of the yellow : Sax Rohmer.
The scenes of this story are laid in Egypt -- Abu-Tabah, the inscrutable Egyptian, who appears and disappears so mysteriously, is not so blood-curdling a villain as Fu Manchu, but his exploits possess the same breathless interest that characterized the activities of the yellow doctor.
In the latter half of the book, notably in the story, _The Valley of the Sorceress_, there is an element new 5/5(2). item 3 Tales of Secret Egypt by Sax Rohmer (English) Hardcover Book Free Shipping.
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Sax Rohmer was born in Birmingham, Warwickshire. At the age of 18, he adopted the name Sarsfield, the name of a famous Irish general admired by Rohmer's mother.
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The Lady of the Lattice. Omar of Ispahân. Breath of Allah. The Whispering Mummy -- Part II. Other Tales: Lord of the Jackals. Lure of Souls. The Secret of Ismail. Harûn Pasha. In the Valley of the Sorceress. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Tales of Secret Egypt () by Rohmer, Sax/5(36).
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Tales of Secret Egypt is a collection of stories by Sax Rohmer, who is best known as the creator of Dr. Fu Manchu. Rohmer's love of all things Egyptian is obvious, and his depictions of the sights, sounds and smells of Cairo make that city come alive.
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New York: McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie,  (DLC) Tales of Secret Egypt was written by Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward, known better under his pseudonym, Sax Rohmer. Sax Rohmer was a prolific English novelist. Sax Rohmer was a prolific English novelist. He is best remembered for his series of novels featuring the master criminal Dr.
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