The Prince of the Marshes tells the story of Stewart’s year. As a participant he’s taking us within the occupation and beyond the Green Zone, introducing us to a colorful cast of Iraqis and revealing the complexity and fragility of a society we struggle to be aware. By turns funny and harrowing, moving and incisive, it amounts to a unique portrait of heroism and the tragedy that intervention inevitably courts within the up to date age.
Red and maroon hardcover with gilt lettering. Jackt has picture of of a man
rowing across a marsh. 396 pages 6×10 inches