The Greatest Literary Works

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Written by eastern writer on Friday, February 18, 2011

this title will publish in March by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Jerusalem Jerusalem is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the current disharmony of modern-day Jerusalem and its historical underpinnings.

James Carroll, author of the award-winning, bestselling Constantine’s Sword, tells the richly layered story of the city of Jerusalem and its extraordinary impact on human history and contemporary conflict. He shows how the seemingly never-ending conflicts within this city that is holy to Muslims, Christians, and Jews underscore an important point of history: religion and violence fuel each other. Daily life in Jerusalem is a microcosm of division and dispute, rivalry and tribalism as a myriad of groups and belief systems are pitted against each other: ultra-Orthodox Jews and secular Jews; Israelis and Palestinians; Jews and Arabs; Muslims and Christians; Hamas jihadists and Fatah bureaucrats; Russian immigrant Israelis and native-born Israelis; Latin Catholics and Greek Orthodox; and, overall, modernity and tradition.

Jerusalem Jerusalem is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the current disharmony of modern-day Jerusalem and its historical underpinnings.

To the standard set by Constantine’s Sword, Jerusalem, Jerusalem is again a “rare book that combines searing passion . . . with a subject that has affected all our lives” (Chicago Tribune).

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