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Sleeping on a Wire Israel Describes Itself As A Jewish State What, Then, Is The Status Of The One Fifth Of Its Citizens Who Are Not Jewish Are They Israelis, Or Are They Palestinians Or Are They A People Without A Country How Will A Palestinian State If It Is Established Influence The Sense Of Belonging And Identity Of Palestinian Israeli Citizens Based On Conversations With Palestinians In Israel, Sleeping On A Wire, Like The Yellow Wind, Is Essential Reading For Anyone Trying To Understand The Middle East Today.


About the Author: David Grossman

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10 thoughts on “Sleeping on a Wire

  1. says:

    A series of interviews carried out in 1990 91 about the lives of Palestinians living in Israel The so called Arab Israelis What I hadn t appreciated until recently is that you can be Jewish and Palestinian and Israeli I really want to understand Israel and the conflict with Palestine and the Middle East and this book gave me some important insights Written by a Jew it gives an insightful look at these people who are one fif...


  2. says:

    Yes, it s a must read work of journalism for anyone interested in the Middle East, but most remarkable is its style He doesn t just transcribe interviews, which are fascinating on their own, but fuses historical, literary, and personal perspectives to analyze them as he goes along Grossman can write He s also disturbingly prescient he s writing in the early 90s, when the peace process is still viable, yet accurately sketches the traps Israel is laying for itself, and how that will sabotage Yes, it s a must read work of journalism for anyone interested in the Middle East, but most remarkable is its style He doesn t just transcribe interviews, which are fascinating on their own, but fuses historical, literary, and personal pe...


  3. says:

    Kind of disappointed that I didn t finish this one, but I found the text pretty dry Without knowing enough about the conflict and the culture I felt a little bewildered as I read I got hung up on a chapter that went back and forth about the pettiness within families with a ...


  4. says:

    A must read for anyone who is either from Palestine or Israel or interested in that conflict It s not a political history, but as the subtitle suggest, a series of interviews with Palestinians in Israel I will try to re read it and flesh out my review later.


  5. says:

    Daniel suggested.


  6. says:

    Dense, deep, thought provoking and a little too long which is how I feel about his fiction too Grossman is unrelenting in the best possible way A book to re arrange your thinking.


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