Black Mountain Institute
Lebanese novelist and critic Elias Khoury, author of Yalo and Gate of the Sun, and Israeli novelist and playwright A.B. Yehoshua, author of A Woman in Jerusalem and The Lover, discuss the intractable situation that exists among Israel, Palestine, and Lebanon. Although great admirers of one another's work, Khoury and Yehoshua do not necessarily agree politically.
Arab-Israeli conflict; Authors; Literature; Middle East; World politics
Arts and Humanities | Comparative Literature | Cultural History | International Relations | Islamic World and Near East History | Jewish Studies | Modern Literature | Near Eastern Languages and Societies | Political History
Yehoshua, A. B.
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