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Zariffa by Pál Salamon


by Pál Salamon

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This is how to write personal stories into a historical context. All I know about the Jewish, Arabic and Italian historical background of city of Tripoli in Lebanon I learned from this book. It was also a coming of age book, a love story and a war drama. All through the eyes of a young, poor Jewish girl. It’s a joy to read this book, I want more from the author. His “Sorel house” was equally engaging. Here he proved that he can create a living environment for a setting he was not brought up in. True storyteller.
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