Ahmad, Aeham

The pianist of Yarmouk The pianist from Syria The pianist from Damascus Aeham Ahmad; Sandra Hetzl; Ariel Hauptmeier; Emanuel Bergmann - London : Michael Joseph, an imprint of Penguin Books, c2019. - 276 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.

When his grandparents and father were forced to flee Israel and seek refuge from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict ravaging their home, Ahmad's family built a life in Yarmouk, an unofficial camp to more than 160,000 Palestinian refugees in Damascus. Their only haven was in music and in each other. This is Ahmad's story of one man's search for a peaceful life for his family and of a country being torn apart as the world watches in horror.


Ahmad, Aeham, 1988-
Refugee camps--Syria--Damascus
Syria--History--Civil War, 2011--Personal narratives

786.2092 AH PI

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