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Kashua turns Israeli ghost writer in latest novel

Sayed Kashua, hailed in 2002 as the new shooting star of Israeli literature for his humorous reflections on dual identity in Dancing Arabs, takes a darker turn in his latest novel, Track Changes. In his 244-page debut, Kashua found a unique literary voice, striking an uneasy balance between being Palestinian and Israeli. Kashua, 45, tackled […]