5 edition of The Sheik found in the catalog.
May 14, 2007
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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This is the original "virgin ravished by sheik" romance, with all the required alpha male swagger and /5. I'm giving THE SHEIK two stars instead of the one it probably deserved because the constant melodrama could sometimes lead to unintentional hilarity, rather like Louisa May Alcott's rather bodice-rippery and decidedly lesser-known book, A LONG FATAL LOVE CHASE.
Yes, the Louisa May Alcott of LITTLE WOMEN fame. 4/5(). Started reading immediately after receiving it. Out of my collection of 20 connie mason books this book was the hardest one to find in my country.
Had to eventually import it. Second hand book, but in very good condition. Thanks for selling this book. Sheik/5(73). The Sheik is a American silent romantic drama film produced by Famous Players-Lasky, directed by George Melford, starring Rudolph Valentino and Agnes Ayres, and featuring Adolphe was based on the bestselling romance novel of the same name by Edith Maude Hull and was adapted for the screen by Monte M.
film was a box-office hit and Music by: Irving Berlin (s reissue). "The Sheik continues to be an outstanding and highly recommended romance novel for a whole new generation of readers."—BookwatchDiana Mayo is young, beautiful, wealthy—and independent.
Bored by the eligible bachelors and endless parties of the English aristocracy, she arranges for a horseback trek through the Algerian desert. A Sheik for Rose - Ebook written by Lizabeth Scott.
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The book is so well written that it is hard not to enjoy even while being disgusted. I won't bother to summarize the plot because others here already have. Part of what makes The Sheik so fascinating is to watch Diana's painful and rather revolting transformation.
The Sheik is not realistic or politically correct in any way, but it is a lot of fun.5/5(5). The Sheik Books There are many different editions and versions of The Sheik. This first book is the most common hardback.
This edition is not a photoplay edition. This is The Sheik by E.M. Hull published in by Small, Maynard and Company.
It is very difficult to find this book with the dust cover; however, the dust cover does not depict Author: Brad Frick. “There was more than twice as much food as I could possibly eat so I scraped the leftovers into storage jars It was not until many days later that I learned the Arab custom of serving much more food than they expect you to eat.
The leftovers. Elizabeth Warnock Fernea and her husband Robert Fernea traveled to the Arab world for the first time in After writing Guests of the Sheik, her first book, Professor Fernea wrote The Arab World with Robert Fernea, as well as books about Egypt and also made five films about the lives of Arab women.
She dies in /5(15). This book examines the characteristics of Sheikh Mohammed as a leader; it consists of three chapters: Mohammed bin Rashid- Men and Clouds, Mohammed bin Rashid- Word and Meaning and Mohammed bin Rashid- Qualifications for Crossing. The book sheds light on Sheikh Mohammed's intellectual mindset and the tools he exploits in his race against time.
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Edith Maud Hull () was a British writer of romance novels, best known for The Sheik (), a book which became an international best seller in The Sheik is credited with setting off a hugely popular revival of the "desert romance" genre of romantic fiction, first popularized by Lord Byron and Sir Richard Francis Burton.
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The Sheik is a (by modern standards) rather horrifying novel written in by a woman named Edith Maude "E.M." Hull. A rather less horrifying movie was made instarring Rudolph Valentino and Agnes Ayres, directed by George Melford. Diana Mayo, an independent, strong-willed young English noblewoman, undertakes a solo exploratory trip through the desert, only.
The Sheik is a romance novel. It is also one of the very worst books I have ever read. It is also one of the very worst books I have ever read. It is just bad, and the world would be a better place if it was entirely expunged from history.
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Directed by George Melford. With Rudolph Valentino, Agnes Ayres, Ruth Miller, George Waggner. A charming Arabian sheik becomes infatuated with an adventurous, modern-thinking Englishwoman and abducts her to his home in the Saharan desert/10(3K).
Guests of the Sheik is a nonfiction book set in Iraq in the early years of the Cold War. InElizabeth Warnock Fernea accompanies her husband, Bob Fernea, on a two-year, anthropological, dissertation research trip. The Sheik is a book by Edith Maude Hull, an English novelist of the early twentieth century.
It was her most popular and was the basis for the film of the same name. The novel opens in an hotel in the Algerian city of Biskra/5(). Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.