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"The Crusades Through Arab Eyes"
A review of Amin Maalouf's "The Crusades Through Arab Eyes".
# 124879 | 1,250 words | 15 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This essay provides an analysis of Amin Maalouf's "The Crusades Through Arab Eyes". A number of issues related to the Crusades from the Arab perspective are provided, including both Christian and Muslim leaders, goals, successes, and failures.

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"In Amin Maalouf's "The Crusades Through Arab Eyes", the Lebanese journalist offers an account of the Crusades from the Arab perspective. The Crusades occurred at a time when Arab culture was viewed by the West as sophisticated and advanced compared to the Franj Franks or all Westerners, who were unrefined in comparison, amounting to a reversal of modern perspective. Likewise, Maalouf's account demonstrates that the Crusades were a turning point in Arab-Muslim history. To whit, parochialism in the Middle East..."

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