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Bedouin Love

Arthur [Edward Pearse Brome] Weigall

Arthur Weigall (1880-1934) was an English Egyptologist, journalist and author. This novel capitalised on the intense interest in Egypt after Howard Carter had opened the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922.

First edition

Bibliography code: TFU-22.9

Publisher: T. Fisher Unwin

Series: none

Year: 1922

Format: 8vo

Pages: 316, 4 pp adverts

Binding: Plain crimson cloth boards; title, author and publisher in gold on spine; plain rear boards

Size: 190 x 132 mm

Dust jacket: Signed Blam in white, lower centre

Internal illustrations: none

Price: 7 shillings 6 pence

Printing history: First published June, 1922; Second impression, July, 1923

Printed by: Unwin Borthers, Limited, The Gresham Press, London and Woking

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Notes: My copy has a label for T.N. Hibben & Co, Victoria, B.C. The price has been cut from the spine. A later edition published in 1924 used a dust jacket designed by John Nicolson, a friend of Blampied, who signed his work Nick.