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Contents pp. Acknowledgments pp. Part 1.
Introduction: Toward Rediscovery of the Present in the Past pp. Chapter 1. Chapter 2.
At the heart of this book lies the paradox that the dream of ingathering the exiles has made exiles of the ingathered. Upon arriving in Israel, these writers had to decide whether to continue writing in their native language, Arabic, or begin in a new language, Hebrew. The author reveals how Israeli works written in Arabic depict different memories of Iraq from those written in Hebrew.
In addition, her analysis of the early novels of Hebrew writers set against the experience of "transit camps" ma'abarot argues for a re-evaluation of the significance of this neglected literary subgenre. The Emancipation and the Birth of Zionism. War Mandate War and War Again.
Society and Polity at Independence. The War for Independence and Its Impact. Political Geography and the Zionist Zeitgeist. Political Demography and Origins of the Israeli System.
Immigration Security and Settlement. Early Foreign Relations.
Society and Political Economy in Contemporary Israel. The New Demography and Its Implications.
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The Managed Economy. Relations with the Diaspora. Political Institutions and Issues. Parliamentary Institutions Cabinet Government and the Presidency. Relations with the United States.