My Home, My Prison

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My Home, My Prison

By Raymonda Hawa Tawil
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1980
265 pp. $12.95

Raymonda Tawil is an ardent feminist and a symbol of militant Arab Palestinian nationalism. In recounting her life in Israel, in Jordan, and in the Occupied West Bank (where she was put under house arrest), she makes a profession of faith both in self-determination for the Palestine Arabs and in the possible coexistence of a free Arab Palestinian state and a free Israel.

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