This memoir recounts the time the author spent as a human rights worker on the West Bank. In a moving meditation on the many forms of both autobiography and resistance to power, Gunn tells the story of a Palestinian teenager who was critically shot during a stone-throwing demonstration and deemed a “living martyr” of the Intifada.
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