Powerful poetry in English and Arabic by a Palestinian writer who draws directly from her experience of exile, injustice and the struggle for humanity over brutality . . . In 'I Sing From the Window of Exile' (164 pages), Dareen Tatour chronicles her experience of exile in Sweden, reflects on her violent imprisonment for the 'crime' of writing a poem - 'Resist, my people, resist them' - and her longing for her homeland. Dareen has now returned to live in the Occupied Territories.
I Sing From the Window of Exile