A Woman Is No Man (Hardback)
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A Woman Is No Man (Hardback)

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Hardback 336 Pages / Published: 05/03/2019
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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
ISBN: 9780062699763
Number of pages: 336

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“Heartbreaking....”

This is a story of three generations of Palestinian -American women, their lives under the rules of patriarchal culture, customs and traditions and their struggle to break chains to reclaim their lives.

Their story... More

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“Interesting, sad and moving account of a woman's life in Arab culture.”

I enjoyed reading the book but I knew how it would end half way through and then felt the book became repetitive and slow. The English was very good but not perfect and I can't decide whether that added to the... More

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“A moving and important read”

This book follows several generations of Palestinian-American women; those born and raised in Palestine, those who immigrated to America in their young adult life and those born and raised in America. It follows the... More

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