The Seven Veils Of Seth

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The Seven Veils Of Seth

Author : Ibrahim Al-Koni
ISBN : 1859642020
Genre : Fiction
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Draws on the tension between the two opposing visions of Seth to create a novel that also provides a vivid account of daily life in a Tuareg oasis.
Category: Fiction
The Seven Veils of Seth
Language: un
Pages: 297
Authors: Ibrahim Al-Koni, Ibrāhīm Kūnī
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008 - Publisher: Garnet Pub Limited

Draws on the tension between the two opposing visions of Seth to create a novel that also provides a vivid account of daily life in a Tuareg oasis.
The Seven Veils of Seth
Language: un
Pages: 297
Authors: كوني، إبراهيم
Categories: Arabic fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher:

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