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Leaving Palestine

In 1999 Edward Said told the stories of his family’s displacement from Jerusalem; of an iron-willed aunt who served as a one-woman mutual aid organization for Palestinian refugees in Cairo; and of “suffering a dissociation myself about Palestine that I have never been able to resolve or fully grasp until quite recently, when I gave up trying.”

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