Synopses & Reviews
Through previously published news articles, accounts drawn from web-logs and diaries, the last writings of the murdered American Rachel Corrie and contributions from the Humdall family, this book reveals the real horror of life under Israeli occupation and describes the first signs of a new wave of international solidarity.
Israel, Palestine and the international solidarity movement.
The story of this movement reveals the horror of the occupation and the new hope for growing international solidarity.
About the Author
Edward W. Said (1935-2003) was University Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia. A member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Royal Society of Literature and of Kings College Cambridge, his celebrated works include Orientalism, The End of the Peace Process, Power, Politics and Culture, and the memoir Out of Place. He is also the editor, with Christopher Hitchens, of Blaming the Victims, published by Verso. New Left Review published an obituary in Nov-Dec 2003.