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Out of Palestine : The Making of Modern Israel,9781935633280

Out of Palestine : The Making of Modern Israel

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ISBN13:

9781935633280

ISBN10:
1935633287
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
12/17/2011
Publisher(s):
C Z PUBL
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Summary

Hadara Lazar, a prominent Israeli journalist, has been interviewing witnesses to the historic events of 1948 for a quarter of a century in an effort to understand the sources of this intractable enmity. Her book, a series of in-depth conversations with Israelis, Arabs, and British political figures who lived through the end of the British Mandate and the founding of the Jewish state is less a work of history than a chorus of distinctive voices: among Hadara's subjects are lawyers, policemen, intellectuals, soldiers, teachers, and housewives. She visits her subjects in their offices and homes, evokes their personalities, and brings them alive as characters in a drama with no last act. Out of Palestine is the most vivid, comprehensive account we have of how Israel became Israel.


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