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Books I’ve Read in 2017

Should I Go to Grad School? Practical Typography Jerusalem: A Biography Our Family Outing The Interior Circuit Spiritual Friendship Chosen?: Reading the Bible Amid the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict The Way to the Spring: Life and Death in Palestine Until We Are Free: My Fight for Human Rights in Iran Emily of Deep Valley Just the Essentials Telling the Truth The Foolishness of Preaching To Jerusalem and Back Word by Word I Am a Palestinian Christian Atheist Delusions Family Lexicon The Grammar of God Jesus and the Holocaust With

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Books I’ve Read In 2016.

In January, I began writing down the title of every book I finished reading.

Memed, My Hawk; Yashar Kemal Inheriting the Holy Land, Jennifer Miller The Meursault Investigation, Kamel Daoud A Community Called Taize, Jason Brian Santos Istanbul, Orhan Pamuk Dancing Arabs, Sayed Kashua Khirbet Khizeh, S. Yizar Seasons of Migration to the North, Tayeb Salih Fatelessness, Imre Kertesz Delancey, Molly Wizenberg By Night in Chile, Roberto Bolano The Periodic Table, Primo Levi The Door, Magda Szabo Infiltration, Yehoshua Kenaz All the Single Ladies, Rebecca Traister A Border Passage, Leila Ahmed Egypt on the Brink, Tarek Osman The File, Timothy Garton Ash It's Easier to Reach Heaven Than the End of the Street, Emma Williams The Discreet Hero, Mario Vargas Llosa Women of Sand and Myrrh, Hanan al-Shaykh Almost There, Laurel Garver Modern Romance, Aziz Ansari Washed and Waiting, Wesley Hill Spiritual Friendship, Wesley Hill Wounded Prophet, Michael Ford Killing a King, Dan Ephron In the Cafe of Lost Youth, Patrick Modiano The Japanese Lover, Isabelle Allende Chronicle of a Last Summer, Yasmine El Rashidi Parting Ways, Judith Butler

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