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A Woman in Jerusalem

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A victim of a suicide bombing lies nameless in a hospital morgue, and a Jerusalem newspaper accuses her employer of "gross negligence and inhumanity. ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000

the Personal and Mundane Experience of Terrorism

by Toby on Apr 3, 2007

A.B. Yehoshua's novel " A Woman in Jerusalem" is a sparse but gripping character study of Israeli life as everyday people pursue everyday life in a time when terrorist attacks are an everyday reality. As the story unfolds, the intimate lives of the characters are laid out through the minute details of life; we never know their names but we come to know them. The range of the novel reflects the mixture of cultures and backgrounds that is the essence of modern Israel. Highly recommended for anyone interested in the psychology of life. The emotionality is Israeli in flavor- intense but understated.

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