By T.E. Lawrence
The definitive model of 1 of the best books ever written.
Produced from the infrequent 1935 variation, Apostrophe Books’ unencumber of T.E. Lawrence’s Seven Pillars of knowledge has all of the appeal of the unique, plus its fifty eight attractive photographs and maps.
Published in 1935, Seven Pillars of knowledge tells the tale of the Arab insurrection of 1916-1918 throughout the eyes of the soldier who could booklet a spot in historical past because the nice Lawrence of Arabia.
"It ranks with the best books ever written within the English language. As a story of battle and adventure... it's unsurpassable" (Winston Churchill )
"Round this tent-pole of an army chronicle, T. E. has hung an unexampled textile of photos, descriptions, philosophies, feelings, adventures, desires" (E.M. Forster)
"I am now not a lot of a hero-worshipper yet i'll have T.E. Lawrence over the sting of the world... it sort of feels to me as sure of immortality as something written in English for part a century" (John Buchan)
"Seven Pillars of knowledge is likely one of the significant statements concerning the struggling with adventure of the 1st international struggle" (Angus Calder)
"Emotional and mythic" (Guardian)