ePUB Hassan Hassan Ì Ì In the House of Muhammad Ali: A Family Album, 1805-1952

ePUB Hassan Hassan Ì Ì In the House of Muhammad Ali: A Family Album, 1805-1952

[EPUB] ✿ In the House of Muhammad Ali: A Family Album, 1805-1952 ❄ Hassan Hassan – Ad325ddsc.merlotmotorsport.co.uk This remarkable memoir of a junior member of the former royal family constitutes a uniue chronicle of life before 1952 among the members of Egypt's ruling class It provides fascinating insights into tThis remarkable memoir of a junior member of the former royal family constitutes a uniue chronicle of life before 1952 among the members of Egypt's ruling class It provides fascinating insights into the lives not only of the rulers themselves from Muhammad Ali to King Fuad and King Farouk but also of royal wives cousins aunts uncles and associated personalitiesIn the House of Muhammad Ali is a personal memoir from the inside; it is thus an important document for future scholars But the book will delight the general reader every bit as much as the historian It is a charming and evocative account of a time and a social class that no longer exist written in the author's inimitable style a style that reads almost like a conversation She emanated a gentle uietude which was like a screen between one and the exterior world A dim sort of luminosity seemed to surround her as if she lived in a gray limbo world of her own also conveyed perhaps by the fact that she had very poor and limited eyesightPrince Hassan's gift for characterization is matched by an extraordinary eye for detail His descriptions of houses palaces and gardens many of them no longer in existence are at the same time precise and evocative The book thus also makes an important contribution to the history of Cairene urban geographyBut most valuable of all perhaps are the illustrations Some seventy five photographs most of them never published before have a poignancy that readily leads the viewer into the world they depict The people in them are clearly defined richly varied and above all interesting At least of eual value are the pictures of palaces gardens and riverfront that document aspects of Cairo that vanished long ago The experience of reading this memoir is akin to discovering a lost generation.

This remarkable memoir of a junior member of the former royal family constitutes a uniue chronicle of life before 1952 among the members of Egypt's ruling class It provides fascinating insights into the lives not only of the rulers themselves from Muhammad Ali to King Fuad and King Farouk but also of royal wives cousins aunts uncles and associated personalitiesIn the House of Muhammad Ali is a personal memoir from the inside; it is thus an important document for future scholars But the book will delight the general reader every bit as much as the historian It is a charming and evocative account of a time and a social class that no longer exist written in the author's inimitable style a style that reads almost like a conversation She emanated a gentle uietude which was like a screen between one and the exterior world A dim sort of luminosity seemed to surround her as if she lived in a gray limbo world of her own also conveyed perhaps by the fact that she had very poor and limited eyesightPrince Hassan's gift for characterization is matched by an extraordinary eye for detail His descriptions of houses palaces and gardens many of them no longer in existence are at the same time precise and evocative The book thus also makes an important contribution to the history of Cairene urban geographyBut most valuable of all perhaps are the illustrations Some seventy five photographs most of them never published before have a poignancy that readily leads the viewer into the world they depict The people in them are clearly defined richly varied and above all interesting At least of eual value are the pictures of palaces gardens and riverfront that document aspects of Cairo that vanished long ago The experience of reading this memoir is akin to discovering a lost generation.

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ePUB Hassan Hassan Ì Ì In the House of Muhammad Ali: A Family Album, 1805-1952

ePUB Hassan Hassan Ì Ì In the House of Muhammad Ali: A Family Album, 1805-1952

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