PRICKLY PEARS OF PALESTINE

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About The Author

Hilda Reilly is originally from Perth in Scotland and now lives in Glenshee, after spending most of her adult life abroad. Her occupations have ranged from the stupefyingly dull to the wondrously surreal; when asked that common question: What do you do? she has generally found that the most accurate reply is: I live on my wits.

After graduating from Edinburgh University she started training to become an actuary. Three months later she decided that not even the prospect of belonging to what was then the highest paid profession in the country could induce her to carry on in a career to which she was so unsuited.

Subsequent jobs have included oil industry analyst in London, artists’ model in Paris, technical translator in Baghdad, charity worker in Zanzibar, English teacher in Malaysia, journalist in Ho Chi Minh City and director of an educational organization in Khartoum.

In recent years she has returned to academic study, obtaining an MSc in Consciousness Studies, for which she specialised in the neuroscience of religious experience, and an MA in Creative Writing, focusing on the use of narrative to explore the medical concept of hysteria. Her first novel, Guises of Desire, which draws on both of those areas of interest, deals with the life of Bertha Pappenheim, aka Anna O, the ‘founding patient’ of psychoanalysis.

She is also the author of two travel books – Prickly Pears of Palestine: The People Behind the Politics and Seeking Sanctuary: Journeys to Sudan. She is a member of the Scientific and Medical Network.


Description

The Palestinian Israeli conflict is one of the most widely reported and long standing struggles in the world, yet misunderstanding is rife about the most basic issues for many. Hilda Reilly goes to live among many 'ordinary' citizens living under extraordinary circumstances, revealing an insight to the people behind the politics.


Product Details

  • Paperback - 230 pages
  • Publisher - Eye Books (September 1, 2006)
  • Language - English
  • ISBN-10 - 190307052X
  • ISBN-13 - 978-1903070529
  • Product Dimensions - 5.2 x 0.7 x 7.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight - 7 ounces

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