Bukhara rug

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Bokhara rug

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(Textiles) a kind of rug, typically having a black-and-white geometrical pattern on a reddish ground
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Seeing Chambers on the campus in the early twenties alongside Lionel Trilling, Meyer Schapiro, Herbert Solow and the other brilliant undergraduates who became his friends -- writing for the literary magazine, now stunning his friends with his powerful talent, now getting into trouble with the administration -- gives reality to his stature before entering the Communist Party and provides a foundation for the curious cameos his friends play later on: Schapiro with his Bokhara rug advice, Trilling with The Middle of the Journey, Solow with his door-opening introductions and his memos.
42 Bokhara rugs are made across a wide region of central Asia - but in which country is the city of Bokhara itself?
Most Bokhara rugs feature one very dominant color, often deep red, rust or brown.