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Naomi Shepherd is a prize-winning historian and biographer; here she turns her hand to fiction, revealing a razor-sharp eye, a finely attuned ear, and a keen sense of cultural dissonance. In each of these thirteen stories we see a different facet of a fast-changing country where the clash of cultures and of expectations creates situations rich in humour, poignancy, disappointment, and tragedy.
|Publication date:||11th March 2004|
|Publisher:||Peter Halban Publishers Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Born in Cardiff and educated at Oxford, Naomi Shepherd has spent most of her adult life in Israel, where she was for many years a contributor to The New Statesman, a documentary maker, as well as a historian and biographerMore About Naomi Shepherd