Shatila Stories

Shatila Stories

Most novels are written by professional writers using second hand material. Not this one. Peirene commissioned nine refugees to tell their ‘Shatila Stories’. The result is a piece of collaborative fiction unlike any other. If you want to understand the chaos of the Middle East – or you just want to follow the course of a beautiful love story – start here.

Adam and his family flee Syria and arrive at the Shatila refugee camp in Beirut. Conditions in this overcrowded… (more)

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No pity is necessary: as an enjoyable read, as literature, and as a work of witness, Shatila Stories is a resounding success.


Book Details  


Publisher: Peirene Press (June 18, 2018)

Page count: 150 pages

Language: English


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