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The Writings of T.e. Lawrence

Summary: Analysis of the writing style of T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) mainly from the book Seven Pillars of Wisdom
Thomas Edward Lawrence - who went by T.E. Lawrence - was born in northern Wales in 1888. During the First World War, T.E. served as a British liaison officer. Stationed in the Middle East, he befriended the Arab people and adopted many of their customs and traditions. He even became known for wearing traditional white robes. His good relations with the Arabs led to his gaining of the nickname Lawrence of Arabia, which also led to much legend. Lawrence got his fame because of the remarkable role he played in the Arab Revolt, as well as romanticism and myth surrounding him. However, not only do many Arabs regard him as a folk hero, but he is also considered one of Britain's greatest war hero's.

In conjunction with his military career, T.E. Lawrence was an avid and prolific writer. Much of his writing was epistolary - in...

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