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What sort of time frame does he cover? Vodalus Send a noteboard - 01/09/2009 01:29:50 AM
Does he look at pre-Islamic cultures?

How about interaction with non-Western cultures?

Are his anti-Western sentiments due to him going native, or do they arise from him using the thoroughly Western ideas of the far-left?


Out of curiosity, have you read Shahnameh, All the Shah's Men, or Persian Mirrors? If so, a quick comment or two would be appreciated.
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