The Yellow Wind/Soul in Exile (Book)

Snider, David P.; Fletcher, Janet
April 1988
Library Journal;4/15/1988, Vol. 113 Issue 7, p73
Book Review
Reviews books on the life of poet Fawaz Turki. 'The Yellow Wind,' by David Grossman; 'Soul in Exile: Lives of a Palestinian Revolutionary,' by Fawaz Turki.


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