Diaries of Khalil Sakakini: Diaries, Letters, Reflections. Volume 6, Part 3: Between Father and Son, The Letters of Khalil Sakakini to his Son Sari in America, 1935-1937

Abstract: 

In this volume Khalil Sakakini continues his correspondence with his son Sari while the latter was studying in America. The central events were the background events that led to the 1936 rebellion; the building of the new family home in Qatamon and Sakakini’s participation in the momentous events of the thirties. Sakakini continues his memoirs in this volume in the form of letters to his son.

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About the Author(s)

Khalil SAKAKINI (1878 - 1953) is a Palestinian writer and educator. Born in Jerusalem, Sakakini's early life was devoted to Arab letters. During the mandate period, Sakakini continued his advocacy of public education. He participated in the early Palestinian national movement, and his diaries are an important source for scholars of the period. He is best remembered for his books on teaching Arabic to beginners.

Editor:Akram Mousallam

Akram MOUSALLAM was born in Palestine, and studied Arabic literature at Birzeit University. He is presently an editor at the Al-Ayyam Palestinian newspaper.

PRODUCT DETAILS

Publisher(s):
Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre, Ramallah, and The Institute of Jerusalem Studies
ISBN:
0-88728-299-7
Edition:
First
Publication Date:
2006
Language: Arabic
Number of Pages:
414
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