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A Stranger in My House: Jews and Arabs in the West Bank
A Stranger in My House: Jews and Arabs in the West Bank
By Walter Reich
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984, 134 pp

An American psychiatrist, probing the feelings and complexes of Jews and Arabs, records his talks with a number of them on the future of the West Bank. He gets the anticipated reactions, then speculates on whether and how a political compromise can ever be found in the face of such deeply rooted and irreconcilable convictions.