|Statement||John K. Cooley.|
|LC Classifications||DT236 .C66 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||82000917|
Libyan Sandstorm book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. LIBYAN SANDSTORM. Hardcover – January 1, by John K. Cooley (Author) › Visit Amazon's John K. Cooley Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central 3/5(1). In Sandstorm, she tells the full story of the events of the revolution within a rich context of Libya’s history of colonialism, monarchy and dictatorship, and explores what the future of Libya holds/5(33). In Sandstorm, she tells the full story of the events of the revolution within a rich context of Libyaâ€™s history of colonialism, monarchy and dictatorship, and explores what the future of Libya holds/5.
The book is well-structured, moving from the death of the Brother Leader to an account of the strange, massively contradictory and bombastic nature of the man – a man who could denounce the West and all its manifestations on the one hand and, at the height of his denunciations, fund a Hollywood style film about a Libyan hero, Omar Mukhtar, in. Sandstorm is an impressive combination of vivid reporting and cool analysis from the veteran Channel 4 foreign correspondent. But what makes her book so useful is that she zooms out from the day. Sandstorm ↠´ Download by Lindsey Hilsum A very interesting book on the little know history of Libya and Gaddafi The author Free English Study, Speaking, Listening, Grammar Lessons (). Sandstorm Libya in the Time of Revolution (The Penguin Press; pages; $) By Lindsey Hilsum Libya The Rise and Fall of Qaddafi By Alison Pargeter (Yale University Press; pages; $30)Of Author: Roger Owen.
Genre/Form: Nonfiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cooley, John K., Libyan sandstorm. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, © 3. Libyan Sandstorm: Complete Account of Qadhafi’s Revolution, by John Cooley(). Although now out of print, John Cooley’s account, written roughly a decade after the Libyan revolution. The strength of Libyan Sandstorm lies in its documentation of Qadhafi's frenetic reign; its weakness lies in Mr. Cooley's unwillingness to draw conclusions and in his carelessness. After 25 full pages about Libya as "Terror, Inc.," he concludes on this meek note: "On Muammar al-Qadhafi and his final place in the history of world terrorism and. In Sandstorm, she tells the full story of the events of the revolution within a rich context of Libya’s history of colonialism, monarchy and dictatorship, and explores what the future of Libya Brand: Penguin Publishing Group.