Book reviewed in this article:
AN ASPECT OF MAGHRIBI STUDIES: SOME STUDENT PAPERS
Gabriel Esquer, Histoire de l'Algérie 1830–1960.
Vincent Confer, France and Algeria: The Problem of Civil and Political Reform, 1870–1920.
R. V. C. Bodley, Wind in the Sahara.
The Autobiography of Malcolm X: with the Assistance of Alex Haley.
The Arab Moslems in the United States: Religion and Assimilation, by Abdo Elkholy.
Islamic Reform, by Malcolm H. Kerr.
The Gift addressed to the spirit of the Prophet, by Dr. A. H. Johns.
A Short History of the Near East, by Philip K. Hitti.
Russell Pasha, by Ronald Seth.
The Kurds by Thomas Bois, trans. (from the French) Malcolm Welland.
Ethiopians speak: Studies in Cultural Background, by Wolf Leslau.
Islam in Tropical Africa [Studies Presented and Discussed at the Fifth International African Seminar, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, January 1964], ed. with an introduction by I. M. Lewis [Foreword by Daryll Forde].
Al-Haqq by Basilyōs Ishāq. Alexandria, 1964; Hadha Huwa'l-Haqq, by Muh. cAbd al-Lat?f Ibn al-Khat?b.