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Katrina in five worlds / Katrina en cinco mundos A Palestinian Women's Story / Historia de una Mujer Palestina

Kenny, Kathy Saade

ISBN 10: 1450722512 / ISBN 13: 9781450722513
Editorial: Five Worlds Press, Oakland, 2010
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113 p., Third Edition. very good in wraps, text in both English and Spanish, signed by author. Palestinian-American author's exploration of her grandmother's life in Ramallah, Bethlehem, Kiev, San Pedro de Las Colonias, and finally Long Beach, California, where she lived after a difficult split with her conservative husband, who returned to Palestine. N° de ref. de la librería 170044

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Título: Katrina in five worlds / Katrina en cinco ...

Editorial: Five Worlds Press, Oakland

Año de publicación: 2010

Encuadernación: Trade Paperback

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

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Katrina in Five Worlds is the inspiring true story of Katrina Sa ade, a Palestinian Christian woman of the early 20th century. Written and researched by Katrina s granddaughter, this dramatic emigrant woman s tale explores the historical upheaval that thrust young Katrina from a comfortable life in Ottoman-ruled Bethlehem into the turmoil of pre-revolutionary Russia, an arranged marriage during the Mexican Revolution, a traumatic return to Palestine in the 1930 s, and fulfilling years as a mother and businesswoman in California. In these far-flung places, she overcame loss, crossed cultural divides, and made courageous choices that changed her life and that of her family forever. Katrina s story will interest students of Middle Eastern and Latin American studies, migration, gender studies, history, anthropology and sociology, as well as the descendents of Palestinian and Arab immigrants whose own family stories deserve to be collected before they disappear.

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