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In his genial and intimate text, Aziz Shihab shares memories of a childhood in the Holy Land when Arabs and Jews found it easier to live as friends.
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Shihab came to the U.S. in 1950 as a student and soon after married Miriam Allwardt of St. Louis; they had two children, Naomi and Adlai. Before his retirement as an Editor with The Dallas Morning News, he worked for the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, the San Antonio Express-News, and the Jerusalem Times. He was also a correspondent for the New York Times.Review:
I'm a great fan of Mr. Shihab's style of storytelling... This is a delightful culinary map of Palestine, a country whose tastes, scents, and scenes have been charted into the memories of its exiled natives. --Anton Shammas, author of Arabesques
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Book Description Corona Publishing, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0972063064