Nisanit

Nisanit BOOKS Nisanit Author Fadia Faqir Paletterie2000.eu A Powerful Socio Political Novel, Nisanit, Depicts Love, Compassion, Sacrifice, Suffering And Lost Innocence In An Atmosphere Of Conflict, Hatred And Oppression Nisanit S Three Entwined Narrative Lines Show The Arab Israeli Conflicts Through The Eyes Of Shadeed, The Palestinian Guerrilla Fighter David, His Israeli Interrogator And Iman, The Young Arab Woman In Love With Shadeed The Three Main Characters Are Seen As Vicitms Of History And Geography Who Are Grappling With The Human Cost Of The Arab Israeli And Arab Arab Conflicts.

  • 4.5
  • 923
  • English
  • 16 May 2017
  • Hardcover
  • 254 pages
  • 0856281697
  • Nisanit
  • Fadia Faqir

10 thoughts on “Nisanit

  1. Sincerae says:

    The word I would use to describe this novel is grinding , grinding as in one of its definitions which is an oppressive state or condition There is grinding poverty and oppression in Nisanit and also brief episodes of beauty I didn t think I d like this book It had been on my shelf for many years, but 2016 I decided to read it Every time I d seize the opportunity to pick it up I liked it and learned something important about the Palestinian and Israeli conflict that has been going on like The word I would use to describe this novel is grinding , grinding as in one of its definitions which is an oppressive state or condition There is grinding poverty and oppression in Nisanit and also brief episodes of beauty I didn t think I d like this book It had been on my shelf for many years, but 2016 I decided to read it Every time I d seize the opportunity to pick it up I liked it and learned something important about the Palestinian and Israeli conflict that has been going on like a meat grinder that has shredded up and crushed many lives for the last 60 years Another Nakba has just come and gone too covers the yea...

  2. Jess says:

    I liked this novel a lotthan I thought I would It takes places from the late 60 s to the mid 80 s in occupied Palestine, where a young Palestinian Fedayee named Shadeed has been captured and tortured by David, a Zionist Holocaust survivor who is wrestling with his personal identity Their story is blended into the story of Eman, a young woman who lives in poverty after he father, a Palestinian rebel, was sentenced to death as a traitor to the country I had to read this for my Intro to Co I liked this novel a lotthan I thought I would It takes places from the late 60 s to the mid 80 s in occupied Palestine, where a young Palestinian Fedayee named Shadeed has been captured...

  3. Ginette Tore says:

    It was an interesting book that is for sure It felt very historicaly influenced and then to add to the fact that i read it for my world lit class for the middle east unit is another It was not a book that i would have picked up to read for pleasure by it was alright You learn about ...

  4. Naeem says:

    Written by a woman from Palestine Moving.

  5. Rebecca Stevenson says:

    Good explanation of the Israeli Palestinian conflict as told from the perspective of soldiers from both sides.

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