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The term Bedouin is originally derived from Arabic and means those in the desert, refering to a group of nomadic people who migrated over the land for hundreds of years, eventually settling in several countries. Bedouin Press represents this view of timeless presentation within literature and provides a route for emerging writers and a springboard for their careers.

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- Albert Einstein

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The Seven by Peter Newman
The Seven by Peter Newman

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