David K. Shipler

David K. Shipler is an American author and journalist known for his work on social issues, including poverty, race, and civil liberties. He won the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction in 1987 for his book 'Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land.'


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  1. 1. Arab and Jew

    The book explores the cultural, political, and personal divisions between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East, specifically in Israel and Palestine. The author, through extensive interviews and personal experiences, delves into the deeply rooted prejudices, stereotypes, and mutual misunderstandings that fuel the ongoing conflict. The book sheds light on the human aspect of the struggle, highlighting the shared similarities and the tragic consequences of the divide.

    The 9593rd Greatest Book of All Time