Harold Lamb

Harold Albert Lamb (September 1, 1892 – April 9, 1962) was an American writer, novelist, historian, and screenwriter. In both his fiction and nonfiction work, Lamb gravitated toward subjects related to Asia and Middle East.

Lamb was an advocate of inclusive literature and history, saying to ''The New York Times'' in 1953, "It all came out as an intense irritation over the fact that all history seemed to draw a north-south line across Europe, through Berlin and Venice, say. Everything was supposed to have happened west of that line, nothing to the East. Ridiculous of course." Provided by Wikipedia
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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
Published 1963

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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
Published 1961

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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
Published 1928

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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
Published 1957

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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
Published 1927

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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962
Published 1930

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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
Published 1928

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by Lamb, Harold, 1892-1962.
Published 1940

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