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Don't let them forget. ZZ Chapter I Walid: What do I do? Ka'wash (putting on his mask): TELL THEM!!! 70 The play ends but the storytelling has only begun. It becomes the burden of each memorial book- rather than the task of the actors or the playwright-to take up the work of historical and documentary narrative, to strengthen specific recollections of the places of memory, and to reaffirm in a politically significant way the images that represent the collective Palestinian past. Kanafini and Place Memory Palestinian memorial books and village histories are based on oral histories and prose narratives that folklorists categorize as legends or folk history, a genre in which the teller's attitude toward the subject matter helps to define the nature ofthe tale.
Folk maps resemble notions, ideas, and opinions about the details of the past. Carefully drawn pictures place each house, the wells, the mosque, and, in this example, the curved black lines of streets leading to the main jaffa road, as if each black line must bear the burden of its cartographer's passionate attachment to what has been remembered. Relying on such sketches to remap an obliterated geography uncovers additional layers of multiple loss. Dennis Wood's book, Tlu Power of Maps, offers an interesting example of the ways maps enmesh us in diverse levels of reality.
I was six years old then .... " Darwish lived in Haifa lacking adequate identity papers and frequently under military or house arrest from 1961 to 1966. In 1971, he left Israel going to Cairo, then in 1973 to Beirut, his second sojourn. Dirbass, the memorial book editor, must turn to Darwish, the poet and the artist, to translate Palestinian experiences of double exile or internal exile and to articulate a private poetic voice without which public history cannot unfold the meaning of the collective Palestinian experience.
Acre 1291 by D.Nicolle