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  Gaza Blues: Different Stories
by Etgar Keret and Samir el-Youssef

Two writers, Israeli Etgar Keret and Palestinian Samir el-Youssef, have engaged in a challenging and provocative artistic collaboration, producing a book of short stories and a novella exploring different aspects of a fraught and complex situation. Their bleak, hip, urban tales reflect the dreams and nightmares of living in contemporary Israel and during the first Intifada.

Etgar Keret, born in Tel-Aviv in 1967 is a popular author amongst Israeli youth who see him as expressing their world.. all his books have been bestsellers and he has been translated world-wide. He lectures at the Tel Aviv University Film School. His film Skin Deep won an Israeli Oscar. This is the first time he has been published by a UK publisher

Samir El-Youssef was born in the Lebanon in 1965 now living in London. He is an essayist, short story writer and reviewer. He is a regular contributor to major Arab periodicals and to London-based Arabic news services. His first collection of stories 'Domestic Affairs' was published in Beirut in 1994.

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8.99
ISBN 0-9540542-4-5
Paperback - 180pp - May 2004





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