Transience Permeates the Introspective Pages in 'Turkey Rediscovered'

Transience Permeates the Introspective Pages in 'Turkey Rediscovered'

By John L. Murphy

Where Job scraped his sores, where Xenophon crossed the Euphrates, Krause Reichert links the stories he knows well to their terrain and traces. 16 Jan 2017 // 1:15 AM

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// Short Ends and Leader

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