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Blue Between Sky and Water

Blue Between Sky and Water - 16 edition

Blue Between Sky and Water - 16 edition

ISBN13: 9781632862228
ISBN10: 1632862220
Blue Between Sky and Water by Susan Abulhawa - ISBN 9781632862228
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 16
Copyright: 2016
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Blue Between Sky and Water by Susan Abulhawa - ISBN 9781632862228
ISBN13: 9781632862228
ISBN10: 1632862220
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 16
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Summary

In the small Palestinian farming village of Beit Daras, the women of the Baraka family inspire awe. Nazmiyeh is brazen and fiercely protective of her clairvoyant little sister, Mariam, with her mismatched eyes, and of their mother, Um Mahmoud, known for the fearsome djinn that sometimes possesses her. When the family is forced by the newly formed State of Israel to leave their ancestral home, only Nazmiyeh and her brother survive the long road to Gaza. Amidst the violence and fragility of the refugee camp, Nazmiyeh builds a family, navigates crises, and nurtures what remains of Beit Daras's community. But her brother continues his exile's journey to America, where, upon his death, his granddaughter Nur grows up alone, in a different kind of exile, the longing for family and roots eventually beckoning her to Gaza. Internationally bestselling author Susan Abulhawa's powerful new novel explores the legacy of dispossession across continents and generations. With devastatingly clear-eyed vision of political and personal trauma, The Blue Between Sky and Water is the story of flawed yet profoundly courageous women, of separation and heartache, endurance and renewal.