The Hakima: A Tragedy in Fez

BETSCH, William.
London: 1991

Stock Code: 001477

 

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The Hakima: A Tragedy in Fez
The Hakima is a true story. Hakima, a young bride whose virginity is disputed, apparently jumps to her death. William Betsch, who met Hakima by chance, traced and interviewed her closes relatives. William Betsch studied under Bill Brandt, and this book of his photographs portray a city at the heart of Islam and a culture unknown to many. 142 pages. With an introduction by Paul Bowles.

Condition: Very Good. Dust jacket Very Good.

Book Publishing Details
Author:William Betsch
Illustrator:
Full title:The Hakima: A Tragedy in Fez
Publisher:Secker and Warburg, London
Year Printed:1991
Edition:First Edition
Binding:Hardcover
ISBN 10:0436200368
ISBN 13:9780436200366
Language:English
Category:Sociology & Culture
Size:285mm Tall, 4to
Pages:142
Stock Code:001477
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Keywords:Photography; Morocco; Fez; Islam; Medina; Fassi;

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Weight1.06 kg
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Dust Jacket

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