Egypt’s Thousand Days of Revolution: A Parade of Presidents


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In Egypt's Thousand Days of Revolution, author Alexander Murray provides a vivid and fascinating eyewitness account of Egyptian life in the aftermath of the Arab Spring. A Scotsman and confirmed Egyptophile, Murray first arrived in Cairo just weeks before the assassination of President Anwar Sadat and has returned to the country for many extended visits since the fall of Hosni Mubarak. In his remarkable book - part travel guide, part personal memoir, part sociopolitical commentary - the author vividly recalls and illustrates with his own full-colour photographs his time spent in a nation in the throes of upheaval and political uncertainty, painting an unforgettable portrait of daily life in the troubled Middle Eastern giant during what could well be the most momentous epoch in its modern history.

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