Postcards from the End of the World
This book covers the last three decades of the history of the Holy Land - Israel, Palestine - from the perspective a sometime kibbutz volunteer, English teacher and tourist with an interest in history, psychology and religion.
The result is something like a journal of a journey towards understanding the roots of the conflict in the land, its people and its faiths. It is a search for peace, love and, occasionally, cheap laughs that combines poetry, fiction, travelogue, journalism, theatre and theology to try and make sense of a conflict that few claim to understand or feel optimistic about. It has the chutzpah, the cheek, to try and offer both.
Total Pages: 228
Published: 1 January 0001
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