Windows Of Interesting Times
This book is not a history of the past half century of the Middle East, not a memoir, not an autobiography. It is just what the title says: windows. Windows meant to illuminate the times. Windows opened by journalism. It is not a chronological account of people and events but an impressionist literary experiment. Stories gliding along streams of thought rather than daily entries in a journal or systematic press coverage. While based in Lebanon and Cyprus, Michael Jansen has travelled the Arab world from Yemen in the east to Algerian in the west.
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