Annie Dillard’s Impossible Pages from NYT, or, see rose-prints on her quilt.

Three early and unpublished works by the author of “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek.”

Source: Annie Dillard’s Impossible Pages – The New York Times


Finding Meaning in the Midst of Oppression


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In Nov. 18, 2013, Ms. Badwan said, she was harassed by Hamas officers while helping with a youth arts program. They questioned why she was standing with men. They chastised her for wearing those jean overalls and made her sign a paper promising not to go outside without loosely fitting, traditional Islamic garb.

“I told them I’m an artist; they said, ‘What does this mean?’ ” she recalled. “I said, ‘I make films and videos.’ They said, ‘We don’t know what you are talking about, and what do you wear? Why do you look so different?’ They hit me.”

The next day, Ms. Badwan retreated to her room.

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