Black Athena owes its conception to a mid-life crisis. Now that he has overcome this set-back with obvious success, one hopes he will live long enough to follow the example set by his mother Margaret Gardiner and his grandfather Sir Alan (Gardiner), who both wrote their memoirs in their eighties. I have no doubt that Bernal’s autobiography will generate more interest among educated lay persons and less irritation among scholars than any future volume of Black Athena.’ ~ Arno Egberts, Professor of Egyptology, University of Leiden
Martin Bernal 490 p, 15.24 x 22.86 cm, English Published 2012, by Xlibris, Corp ISBN 9781465363749
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