Samarkand

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Interlink Books, 1998 - Fiction - 304 pages
This series is designed to bring to North American readers the once-unheard voices of writers who have achieved wide acclaim at home, but are not recognized beyond the borders of their native lands. With special emphasis on women writers, Interlink's Emerging Voices series publishes the best of the world's contemporary literature in translation or original English.

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User Review  - Erdem Karaadam - Goodreads

the pace drops dramatically in the last third of the book. My hunger was sated at 2/3. My interest began to waver in the last chapters. I recommend to anyone the first two chapters about Hayyam. Read full review

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User Review  - Patrick - Goodreads

An entertaining trip through Persian history, told around the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. The first half is a history of the philosopher himself and how the book came to be. The second half is set early ... Read full review

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