Alisa Ungar-Sargon

Alisa Ungar-Sargon
Alisa Ungar-Sargon is an MFA candidate at Northwestern University. She lived in Israel for a number of years and now spends a fair amount of time both defending and poking at Israeli culture.

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The room was yellowed and old, along with the trissim–another word Noah had learned here, referring to the blackout shades installed during the Six Day War, or something, some time when there were other people trying to bomb the country who weren’t suicide bombers.