Dalia Fenig


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Jews, by being exiled, had to preserve their separate identities among the communities that they lived in. They had to have abstract boundaries and this concept of isolation is reflected in the novel. My character, Liat, embodies this fear of being lost. Having her identity swallowed by the loved one. The fact he is a Palestinian and she has this idea of herself – it reflects something important. You can take the girl out of the Middle East but you can't take the walls of the gate out of the girl. As a reason for not being taught, it was a good irony!feedback
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We found 1 article in which Dalia Fenig said something. The most recent Dalia Fenig’s quote is: “Intimate relations, and certainly the available option of institutionalising them by marriage and starting a family – even if that does not happen in the story – between Jews and non-Jews, are seen by large portions of society as a threat on the separate identities (of Arabs and Jews)”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Dalia Fenig 2 times. On this page, you will find all of Dalia Fenig’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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