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A clear overview of Palestine, the diaspora, and the conflict is provided, and the history colors the rest of the narrative, addressing crucial aspects of Palestinian society. Palestinians struggle to retain their traditions. Their modern social structure, values, social customs, and life, including education, in villages, refugee camps, and cities are covered. The importance of extended family and women's roles in a continuing patriarchy are also addressed. The famed Palestinian embroidery and typical food dishes are celebrated. Chapters on modern literature and the arts and cinema stress the artistic focus on the conflict with Israel. A helpful timeline, copious bibliography, and glossary round out the coverage.
|1||Context and history||1|
|2||Society and social customs||23|
|3||Gender, marriage, and family||31|
|4||Traditional dress and cuisine||51|
|5||Religion and religious traditions||73|
|7||Art, performing arts, and cinema||107|