Best books about egyptian history
An Egypt Non-Fiction Reading List
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Palace Walk is the first novel in Mahfouz's sumptuous Cairo trilogy, a three-generation saga set in the early 20th century. The trilogy, regarded as his masterwork, runs from after the first world war to Nasser's overthrow of the ancien regime in The rich, intense story offers an inside view of modern Egypt as the country attempts to emerge from British occupation and forge its own identity. Palace Walk tells the story up to the revolution against the British. Al-Sayyid Ahmad Abd al-Jawad, a prosperous merchant, rules over his wife, three sons and two daughters with an iron hand. He runs his family strictly according to Qur'anic principles and demands unquestioning obedience. But his own behaviour is far from irreproachable as he indulges his desires for fine wine and voluptuous women.
Edwards, you could theoretically start with any of them. Discussions of the narratives of Egyptian mythology occur in that section. She also refrains from mentioning the more lurid elements of ancient Egyptian mythology that some parents might find objectionable. The Scarab's Secret! No books on this list assume any prior knowledge of egypttian Egypt, The Nubian Past.
The Egyptian Cinderella. Shirley Climo. Rhodipis is an orphaned slave girl from Greece, whose red slipper ends up in the hands of the Prince of Egypt. Follow her story as the Pharaoh searches for Rhodipis and makes her the Egyptian Queen. There is also an accompanying KS2History planning unit available. Pharaoh's Fate.