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Palestinian Citizens of IsraelA History Through Fiction, 1948-2010$
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Manar H. Makhoul

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781474459273

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474459273.001.0001

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Postmodernisations, 1967−1987

Postmodernisations, 1967−1987

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(p.67) 2 Postmodernisations, 1967−1987
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Palestinian Citizens of Israel
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Manar H. Makhoul

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9781474459273.003.0003

The second period stretches until the outbreak of the first Intifada in 1987, witnessing major social and political transformations in Palestinian society in Israel. Above all, Palestinian novels reflect Palestinian efforts to deal with the implications of their modernization in Israel. Themes regarding social differentiation (individualization, break-up of family structure, and abandoning social and religious institutions) are paramount. Moreover, the renewed contact with the Palestinians in the newly Occupied Territories (the West Bank and Gaza Strip) placed Palestinians in Israel in a perplexing situation. Despite the social reunification of both parts of the Palestinian nation, living on both sides of the Green Line, the two parts mutually acknowledged their distinctive political orientations, thus resulting in excluding Palestinian citizens in Israel from the Palestinian national struggle.

Keywords:   Postmodernity, Counteraction, Erasure, 1967 War, Naksa, Anomie, Erasure, Individualisation, Violence

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