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MY HAPPINESS BEARS NO RELATION TO HAPPINESS: A Poet's Life in the Palestinian Century

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The life and incendiary times of Palestinian poet Taha Muhammad Ali, a secular Muslim and autodidact who lives in Israel, runs a souvenir shop in Nazareth and has somehow achieved and maintained an ecumenical, humane philosophy.Ibis Editions founder and editor Hoffman (Houses of Windows: Portraits from a Jerusalem Neighborhood, 2000) met Ali in 1995 with her husband Peter Cole, the poet's ... Read full review

My happiness bears no relation to happiness: a poet's life in the Palestinian century

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In the fog of the Israel-Palestine predicament, which is heavily burdened by conflicting personal and national narratives, very few Middle Eastern writers succeed in offering the kind of literature ... Read full review

Review: My Happiness Bears No Relation to Happiness

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"He was, in the words of one who knew him during those years, "not a daring person" and is also remembered as having been a churchgoing christian whose house was filled with crucifixes and pictures of ... Read full review

Review: My Happiness Bears No Relation to Happiness

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"He was, in the words of one who knew him during those years, "not a daring person" and is also remembered as having been a churchgoing christian whose house was filled with crucifixes and pictures of ... Read full review


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