Bell Curran's Reviews > Pyramids & Nightclubs: A Travel Ethnography of Arab and Western Imaginations of Egypt, from King Tut and a Colony of Atlantis to Rumors of Sex Orgies, Urban Legends about a Marauding Prince, and Blonde Belly Dancers

Pyramids & Nightclubs by L.L. Wynn
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Jul 22, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: ethnography, favorites, egypt, saudi-arabia, anthropology

The author aggregates reviews of this book on the Culture Matters blog, summarising it as "gracefully written" and "academically constipated."

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message 1: by Dinglis (new)

Dinglis interesting book choice. It would seem a bit of a departure from your typical fare.

Bell Curran If you think that sex orgies are a departure from my usual fare, you're not reading enough urban fantasy, darling.

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