William Buehler Seabrook (1887-1945) was a maverick writer, traveler, and journalist. Aware of the draw of foreign travel during times of uncertainty, he made his mark as a man who brought the exotic to the western world to experience.
In this personal travelogue, William Seabrook chronicles his adventures in the Middle East in the early part of the twentieth century. Specifically he focuses on his time among four Arabic groups: the Bedouins, Druses, Dervishes, and Yezidees.
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