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Routledge Library Editions: Afghanistan

Routledge Library Editions: Afghanistan

1st Edition

Various
September 04, 2019

This collection features three key previously out-of-print books that examine Afghanistan’s colonial history; its literature and culture through the tradition of oral narrative; and the social, cultural and political impact of the Soviet invasion of 1979, the ramifications of which are still being...

Journal of an Afghanistan Prisoner

Journal of an Afghanistan Prisoner

1st Edition

Vincent Eyre
September 04, 2019

The destruction of the British army while retreating from Afghanistan in 1842 is one of the most dramatic episodes in British imperial history. Lieutenant Vincent Eyre was present, and kept a diary throughout. This book, first published in 1843 and reissued in 1976, is Eyre’s account of the events...

Oral Narrative in Afghanistan: The Individual in Tradition

Oral Narrative in Afghanistan: The Individual in Tradition

1st Edition

Margaret A. Mills
September 04, 2019

This book, first published in 1990, studies the oral fiction entertainments of Afghanistan by focusing on aspects of the oral narrative process which can be observed in individual performances....

The Tragedy of Afghanistan: The Social, Cultural and Political Impact of the Soviet Invasion

The Tragedy of Afghanistan: The Social, Cultural and Political Impact of the Soviet Invasion

1st Edition

Bo Huldt, Erland Jansson
September 04, 2019

The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979 stunned the world and ushered in a new period of superpower confrontation. Research into Afghan society was severely curtailed, and the ability to research the Afghan resistance was non-existent. This book, first published in 1988, was the result of a...

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