By Bernard Lewis
Bernard Lewis is well-known around the world as one of many best specialists on Islam. Hailed as "the world's most well known Islamic student" (Wall highway magazine ), as "a towering determine between specialists at the tradition and faith of the Muslim international" (Baltimore solar ), and as "the doyen of heart japanese experiences" (New York occasions ), Lewis is not anything below a countrywide treasure, a depended on voice that politicians, newshounds, historians, and most of the people have all grew to become to for perception into the center East.
Now, Lewis has introduced jointly writings on faith and govt within the heart East, so assorted than within the Western global. the gathering contains formerly unpublished writings, English originals of articles released sooner than purely in international languages, and an advent to the e-book via Lewis.
popularity of What Went Wrong?
A New York Times Bestseller
"Replete with the outstanding ancient perception that one has come to count on from the world's best Islamic scholar."
--Karen Elliott apartment, Wall road Journal
Lewis has performed us all--Muslim and non-Muslim alike--a striking service.... The book's nice energy, and its declare upon our recognition, [is that] it bargains an extended view in the middle of quite a bit momentary and complicated punditry on tv, within the op-ed pages, on campuses and in strategic stories imagine tanks."
--Paul Kennedy, The long island occasions ebook Review
approval for From Babel to Dragomans
"Lewis has lengthy been thought of the West's top interpreter of Mideast tradition and background, and this assortment basically solidifies his reputation."--National Review
"For greater than 4 many years, Lewis has been essentially the most revered students and prolific writers at the historical past and politics of the center East. during this compilation of greater than 50 magazine articles and essays, he screens the entire variety of his eloquence, wisdom, and perception relating to this pivotal and unstable region."--Booklist