The Hakima: A Tragedy in Fez

BETSCH, William
London: 1991

Stock Code: 001477

The Hakima is a true story. Hakima, a young bride whose virginity is disputed, apparently jumps to her death. William Betsch, who met Hakima by chance, traced and interviewed her closest relatives.

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The Hakima: A Tragedy in Fez
William Betsch studied under Bill Brandt, and this book of his photographs portray a city at the heart of Islam and a culture unknown to many. With an introduction by Paul Bowles.

Condition: Very Good. Dust jacket Very Good.

Book Publishing Details
Author: William Betsch (1945-)
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Full title: The Hakima: A Tragedy in Fez
Publisher: Secker and Warburg, London
Year Printed: 1991
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN 10: 0436200368
ISBN 13: 9780436200366
Language: English
Category: Sociology & Culture
Size: 285mm Tall, 4to
Pages: 142
Stock Code: 001477
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Keywords: Photography, Morocco, Fez, Islam, Medina, Fassi,

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Weight 1.06 kg
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