A Woman Is No Man
A NoveleBook - 2019
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History is repeating itself. Like her mother, eighteen-year-old Palestinian American Deya is given no choice regarding marriage. Raised by her grandparents and made to believe her parents died in a car accident, a secret note from a mysterious, yet familiar-looking woman causes Deya to question e... Read More »
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"She had thought that the meaning of her daughter's name, hope, might grow a seed of hope in her heart, but it had not. She woke up every morning feeling very young, yet at the same time terribly old. Some days she felt as though she were still a child, other days as though she had felt far too much of the world for one life. That she had been burdened with duty ever since she was a child. That she had never really lived. She felt empty; she felt full. She needed people; she needed to be alone. She couldn't get the equation right. Who was to blame? She thought it was herself. She thought it was her mother, and her mother's mother, and the mothers of all their mothers, all the way back in time." pg. 248
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