Israeli Preoccupations: Dualities of a Confessional Citizen

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • INTRODUCTION. WITNESSING IN THE NEGEV 1
  • PART ONE. PALESTINIAN WRONGS AND RIGHTS 11
  • Palestinian Wrongs and Rights 13
  • Uri Megidish, לʺ ז 20
  • . . and Leave the Driving to Us 25
  • Between Rahat and a Hard Place 33
  • Sober Afterthoughts Upon Being Stoned 44
  • A Dawning of Aquarius? 52
  • PART TWO. DAUGHTERS OF ZELOPHEHAD 59
  • Daughters of Zelophehad 61
  • Princesses of Zion 69
  • The Woman Next Door 76
  • And There Was Leah! 83
  • Up Against the Wall, Flowers 89
  • Bedside Manners 96
  • Soul Bird of the Negev 101
  • PART THREE. WHERE I LIVE AND WHAT I LIVE FOR 107
  • Where I Live and What I Live For 109
  • Economy 113
  • Sounds 120
  • Visitors 125
  • The Village 130
  • Reading . . . and Solitude 135
  • The Pond 140
  • Jacket Farm 145
  • Higher Laws 150
  • Brute Neighbors 155
  • House-Cooling 160
  • Former Inhabitants; Winter Visitors 168
  • The Pond in Winter 174
  • Spring 178
  • PART FOUR. MY AMERICAN PROBLEM . . . AND OURS 183
  • MY AMERICAN PROBLEM . . . AND OURS 185
  • Something of a Zionist 190
  • Thirsty in Fresno 194
  • Rubber Jews 204
  • CODA. WITLESS IN THE NEGEV 207
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