BOOK REVIEW: We Could have Been Friends, My Father and I
By Raja Shehadeh. Other Press, New York. Hard cover, 120 pp. US$22.99
By: Majid Maqbool
Renowned Palestinian lawyer, activist, and writer Raja Shehadeh’s recent book We Could Have Been Friends, My Father and I — shortlisted as a finalist for the National Book Award — tells the story of Palestine and its disempowerment through vivid remembrance of Shehadeh’s father. The book draws an intimate portrait of Aziz Shehadeh, a no…
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