Lesley Hazleton reported on the Middle East from Jerusalem for more than a dozen years, and has written for Time, The New York Times, The New York Review of Books, and Harper���s, among other publications. Her last book, After the Prophet, was a finalist for the PEN-USA book Award. Hazleton lives in Seattle.From Library Journal:
Well-known author Hazleton has written a very personal, honest book about life in Israel, based on her own observations and on conversations with many public figures and members of the general public. It is often a painful book, for it exposes some unattractive features of Israeli life, but it is in no way a malicious indictment. Hazleton, who has lived in Israel for much of her life, is a participant observer, commenting on her own reactions and those of others with whom she engaged in conversation or debate on such topics as war, terrorism, and the search for peace. Recommended. Jehuda Reinharz, Near Eastern & Judaic Studies Dept., Brandeis Univ., Waltham, Mass.
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