Seven Pillars of Wisdom - Book I, The Discovery of Feisal Chapter 8 - 16 Summary & Analysis

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Book I, The Discovery of Feisal Chapter 8 - 16 Summary and Analysis

Lawrence discusses some of the people involved in the Middle East at the time of the outbreak of the war. There is no proper mechanism in place for the Arabs. They are not included in military information briefs. The British are not trying to ascertain local conditions or to adapt their own resources to local conditions. There had been attempts to discredit the Arab revolt, but these attempts didn't last for long. Lawrence escapes from the situation by going on holiday with Storrs for a few days. While he is gone he makes arrangements to have himself transferred to the Arab Bureau.

The Book begins with Lawrence, Storrs, and others on the liner Lama, meeting with Turkish officers on their way to see the Emir of Mecca...

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