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Caravans
Caravans
Author: James A. Michener
First Printing: From the flyleaf of the dust jacket: — Ellen Jaspar, native of Dorset, Pennsylvania, recently married to an Afgan engineer, has not been heard from for thirteen months. The job of finding her falls to a young member of the staff of the American Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan - Mark Miller, who is the narrator of this extraordinary ...  more »
ISBN: 471649
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 341
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Publisher: Random House, Inc
Book Type: Hardcover
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An early novel from James Michener and a very interesting one. This provides an look at Afghanistan that existed what seems a long time past and we realize that the time period is not even a century ago. Dated? Yes but still a very good story from a great storyteller.


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