The Mesopotamians is a novel representing an effort to document the
splendor of the marshlands of lower Mesopotamia and its inhabitants
while telling an entertaining story. The novel details the life of
the Me'dan People and their environment in a novel setting. The
description of their culture, customs, villages, and habitats made
the novel a showcase in an anthropological study of those people.
It is a novel of two young Me'dan who fell in love and struggled
with their way of life and beliefs. Their simple life centered
around the reedbeds, water, canoes and an environment of
unmistakable beauty. The plot has a mystical flavor to it. Readers
will enjoy and identify with the good nature of these people. Their
aspiration in life is simple but the forces that controlled their
culture and tradition took them through a series of horrific events
when they were about to get married. A dramatic chase in the
marshlands and a tribal war blended their basic human feelings of
right and wrong with the strong beliefs in honor, pride and family.
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|Country of origin:
Saad W. Farage
||229 x 152 x 13mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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