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  • Little Mountain by Elias Khoury
    Little Mountain (English, Paperback) Elias Khoury

    Written in the opening phases of the Lebanese Civil War (1975--1990), Little Mountainis told from the perspectives of three characters: a Joint Forces fighter; a distressed civil servant; and an amorphous figure, part fighter, part intellectual. Elias Khoury's language is poetic and piercing as he tells the story of Beirut, civil war, and fractured identity.

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  • The Journey of Little Gandhi by Elias Khoury
    The Journey of Little Gandhi (English, Paperback) Elias Khoury

    "Los Angeles has Joan Didion and Raymond Chandler, and Istanbul, Orhan Pamuk. The beautiful, resilient city of Beirut belongs to Khoury."--Laila Lalami, Los Angeles Times...

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  • Gate Of The Sun by Elias Khoury
    Gate Of The Sun (Paperback) Elias Khoury

    In a makeshift hospital in a refugee camp on the outskirts of Beirut, Yunis, an aging Palestinian freedom fighter, lies in a coma. His spiritual son Dr Khaleel --- who has no real medical qualifications - nurses the older man, refusing to admit that his hero may never regain consciousness.

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  • Waiting for the Barbarians by Muge Gursoy Sokmen
    Waiting for the Barbarians (English, Paperback) Akeel Bilgrami, Timothy Brennan

    Intends to recover the notion of culture as a collective, hybrid and plural experience, in light of the political imperative that rules us. In bringing together some of the figures most closely associated with Said and his scholarship, this volume looks at Said, the literary critic and public intellectual, Palestine and Said's intellectual legacy.

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  • The Broken Mirrors: Sinalcol by Elias Khoury
    The Broken Mirrors: Sinalcol (English, Hardback) Elias Khoury

    Why did Karim leave his wife and children and the life he had built in France to return to Beirut, a homeland still reeling from war? It was to find a man, or the ghost of a man, a man known only as Sinalcol, legendary hero of the civil war, and a broken mirror of himself. In Beirut Karim will learn that peace is only ever fleeting.

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  • The Holocaust and the Nakba by Bashir Bashir
    The Holocaust and the Nakba (English, Paperback) Bashir Bashir

    In this groundbreaking book, leading Arab and Jewish intellectuals examine how and why the Holocaust and the Nakba are interlinked without blurring fundamental differences between them. It searches for a new historical and political grammar for relating and narrating their complicated intersections.

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  • The Holocaust and the Nakba by Bashir Bashir
    The Holocaust and the Nakba (English, Hardback) Bashir Bashir

    In this groundbreaking book, leading Arab and Jewish intellectuals examine how and why the Holocaust and the Nakba are interlinked without blurring fundamental differences between them. It searches for a new historical and political grammar for relating and narrating their complicated intersections.

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