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To Love a Palestinian Woman by Ehab Lotayef
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To Love a Palestinian Woman

by Ehab Lotayef

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“an expression of the struggle against injustices, near and far, fully connected and fully involved.”
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Inspired by the rich poetic tradition of the author’s native Arab culture, To Love a Palestinian Woman includes works written over eight years. Richly evocative and often passionate, these poems can be described as personal and romantic, as well as public and political. While the condition in Palestine is a dominant theme, so is love. Conciliatory in tone or passionately confrontational, these poems stem from a deep humanity that cannot fail to engage the reader.
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