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Bog, hardback Our Israeli Diary af Antonia Fraser

Our Israeli Diary

- Of That Time, of That Place

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Lost for nearly forty years, this rediscovered diary offers rare, touching insights into the lives of two of our most-loved literary figures, and a first-hand observation of Israel thirty years from its founding 8-page colour plate section

Lost for nearly forty years, this rediscovered diary offers rare, touching insights into the lives of two of our most-loved literary figures, and a fi... Læs mere

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176
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05-01-2017
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Lost for nearly forty years, this rediscovered diary offers rare, touching insights into the lives of two of our most-loved literary figures, and a first-hand observation of Israel thirty years from its founding 8-page colour plate section
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In May 1978 Harold Pinter and Antonia Fraser visited Israel at the time of the 30th Anniversary of Independence. It was three years after they first lived together; neither had set foot in Israel before. Based in Jerusalem, they toured many of the country's historic sites: from Bethlehem to the fortress of Masada, encountering future Prime Minister Shimon Peres, Mayor of Jerusalem Teddy Kollek, Jackie Kennedy and a long-lost cousin of Harold's on a kibbutz. It was a trip during which Pinter's feelings about his heritage emerged for the first time. As he said himself: 'For the first time I feel Jewish'. This diary was kept daily by Antonia Fraser: the vivid narrative and descriptions (Antonia swimming in the Dead Sea while Harold had a beer) are leavened with humour, occasionally wry where Harold's quirks were concerned, and always tender. Above all, it is a unique picture of a time and place - and a touching insight into fifteen days in the lives of two writers, one Jewish, one Catholic, one a playwright and one a biographer, who were also a devoted couple.

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