In the Name of Identity : Violence and the Need to Belong
An award-winning author explores why so many people commit crimes in the name of identity. Makes for compelling reading in America today.--The New York Times.
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 128 x 192 x 14mm | 140.61g
- 01 Apr 2003
- Penguin Putnam Inc
- Penguin USA
- New York, NY, United States
Makes for compelling reading in America today. ("The New York Times") This...polemic...confirms that...the mass murder of September 11, while indelibly shocking, is not wholly surprising. (Todd Gitlin, "Los Angeles Times") "Makes for compelling reading in America today." --The New York Times"This...polemic...confirms that...the mass murder of September 11, while indelibly shocking, is not wholly surprising." --Todd Gitlin, Los Angeles Times
About Amin Maalouf
Amin Maalouf is an eminent novelist, whose books include The Rock of Tanios, which won the 1993 Goncourt Prize, France's most prestigious literary award. He was formerly director of the leading Beirut newspaper an-Nahar and editor of Jeune Afrique.