On the run

Ayelet Tsabari’s memoir explores a young Israeli woman constantly on the run – until she manages to stop fleeing.

By ELAINE MARGOLIN
February 21, 2019 19:09
On the run

AYELET TSABARI.. (photo credit: JONATHAN BLOOM)

 
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Some of us are born lucky enough to feel grounded with an innate sense of who we are. Love, friends and the world seem to embrace us and carry us forward. Others are not so fortunate.

Ayelet Tsabari found herself in the less-blessed group. She admits that she was an ill-tempered child, prone to fits of anger and rage. She was raised near Tel Aviv and was one of many grandchildren of Yemenite grandparents who came to what would soon be Israel during the 1930s. They struggled to fit in.

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