Sunday, August 09th, 2020 |العربية
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Books

“Turn the page, fellow”, Gebran Khalil Gebran would sigh with relief every time he finished a poem or a painting and embarked on a new project. From his cache of treasures, the lovers and devotees of Gebran unearthed a number of authentic works and manuscripts, written in his own handwriting....

At the onset of his insightful book into the life of May Ziadeh, Salim Mujais criticizes the tendency of the previous authors to paint her life in tragic overtones. He finds this inaccurate and distracting from a true appreciation of her life and intellect. He argues that during her life May knew...

With a pretty radical view of the race problem still plaguing America, Kevin Alexander Gray examines the government’s response to crime and drug use within the African-American community and gives an appraisal of the efforts of different politicians to address the race question. Though published...