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Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan, Volume II

Isabella L. Bird

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. . .The Sahib, who was endeavouring to make peace, was untouched, possibly because of his lineage and faith, and he yelled to Mirza (who in a fight is of no account) to run for the Agha, whose presence is worth fifty men.

Meanwhile a number of Zalakis, armed, two with guns and the rest with loaded sticks, crowded round me, using menacing gestures and calling me a Kafir, on which I took my revolver out of the holster, and very slowly examined the chambers, though I knew well that all were loaded. This had an excellent effect. They fell back, and were just dispersing when over the crest of the hill cantered Aziz Khan, followed by the Agha, who, galloping down the slope, fired a revolver twice over the head of a man who was running away, who, having stolen a sheep, and being caught in the act by Mujid, had begun the fray. Aslam Khan followed, and, the men say, gave the order to fire, but recalled it on finding that one of his tribesmen had been the aggressor. I thou. . . Read More

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Had to get out the atlas to see the routes she was taking, especially a topographical map.
The descriptions of the clothes and "houses" really puts you into the time and place.

I read this on a Nook and wish I had a physical copy to be able to read the footnotes at the time they are noted in the text.

A glimpse of a world that we will never see again.