Dina Matar, "What It Means to be Palestinian: Stories of Palestinian Peoplehood"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 1848853637, 1848854579 | 224 pages | PDF | 1,5 MB
What It Means to be Palestinian is a narrative of narratives, a collection of personal stories, remembered feelings and reconstructed experiences by different Palestinians whose lives were changed and shaped by history. Their stories are told chronologically through particular phases of the Palestinian national struggle, providing a composite autobiography of Palestine as a landscape and as a people. The book begins with the 1936 revolt against British rule in Palestine and ends in 1993, with the Oslo peace agreement that changed the nature and form of the national struggle.