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In the Name of Identity: Violence and the Need to Belong [Paperback]

Amin Maalouf
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How MANY TIMES, since I left Lebanon in 1976 to live in France, have people asked me, with the best intentions in the world, whether I felt "more French" or "more Lebanese"? Read the first page
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