“To me, the land of Israel is a character of this book, in her own right. You know, she’s represented in all her messiness. She’s chaotic and hallowed and holy and frustrating. She’s a backdrop. Not having been born a sabra, this work is a representation of what it’s like to live in Israel as an immigrant.” Shira Lankin Sheps
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