The Inbetween People by Emma McEvoy

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Poetic prose, innovative narrative technique, and a story constantly subverting expectations and challenging assumptions about the politics of those who live at the center of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict...
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A chronicle of the friendship between two young men, one an Israeli Arab, and the other an Israeli Jew, that deals with hatred, forgiveness, and the search for redemption
 

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Emma McEvoy is a Lecturer at Goldsmith's College.
 
Published January 15, 2013 by The Permanent Press. 177 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, War. Fiction
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Reviewed by Tony Bailie on Jan 15 2013

Poetic prose, innovative narrative technique, and a story constantly subverting expectations and challenging assumptions about the politics of those who live at the center of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict...

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