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A desirable anthology of narratives from the interval 1735-1830, through eu girls who recount their enslavement in North Africa. the 1st such assortment, it comprises an in depth advent which hyperlinks the discourse on modern Western ladies captives in Iran, Afghanistan and Iraq with that of former white captives in North Africa.

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