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Berber (Poetry of Place)

The Berber tribes of the mountains of Morocco provide one of the great and inspiring survival stories of our times. They have occupied their mountain homelands since before the dawn of history, and travelers have long marveled at how their music, dance, rock carvings, jewelry, tattoos, pottery, embroideries, and carpets are all impregnated with the wild soul of their landscape. Michael Peyron, who has taught, explored and researched the history of the Berbers for the last fifty years, has gathered together the first collection of English translations of traditional Berber odes.

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