The White Nile by Alan MooreheadThe White Nile by Alan Moorehead

The White Nile

byAlan Moorehead

Paperback | October 17, 2000

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Relive all the thrills and adventure of Alan Moorehead's classic bestseller The White Nile -- the daring exploration of the Nile River in the second half of the nineteenth century, which was at that time the most mysterious and impenetrable region on earth. Capturing in breathtaking prose the larger-than-life personalities of such notable figures as Stanley, Livingstone, Burton and many others, The White Nile remains a seminal work in tales of discovery and escapade, filled with incredible historical detail and compelling stories of heroism and drama.

Alan Moorehead (1910-1983) was a foreign correspondent for the London Daily Express, where he won an international reputation for his coverage of World War II campaigns, and also served as the chief public relations officer in the Ministry of Defense. He is also the author of many other notable books, including Gallipoli and Darwin and...
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Title:The White NileFormat:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 1.01 inPublished:October 17, 2000Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060956399

ISBN - 13:9780060956394

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This epic work of fiction chronicles the adventures of four British explorers in Egypt during the first half of the 19th century. Often described as a classic and praised for being as mighty as the river itself, The Blue Nile is recognized as masterpiece of the genre. Alan Moorehead worked for years as a foreign correspondent for The London Daily Express. He is also the author of Darwin and the Beagle and Gallipoli, which was made into a feature film starring Mel Gibson.

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"A noble book about the mightiest river on earth." (Saturday Review)