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At the beginning of her book published by Dar Nelson in 2013, Mona Baroudi Al-Damlouji goes back to chronicle her early childhood days in Ras Beirut huddled between her mother and father, grandparents and uncles and aunts. Even the neighbors, the people next door and the street vendors have their...

From Al-Nabk to Florida is an autobiography of the Syrian emigrant Youssef Khalil Daoud, who left his Syrian town Al-Nabk to settle in Florida. The book depicts his journey, shedding light on the historical, political, social and economic phases that marked the late nineteenth and early twentieth...

In cooperation with the French Institute for the Near East, the National Council for Scientific Research has published Atlas of Lebanon, offering the readers a new glimpse into the Lebanese geographic dynamics and the landscape transformations that occurred during the past 30 years.

The author published the first edition of his collection of poems entitled The Volcano in 1960. A second edition containing a few additional poems followed in 1989. The other four divans included in this volume have been collected, organized, and given titles by a number of his friends. The poems...

In the section on nighttime from the series Step by Step by Hanadi Dayya and Manal Shamma. Illustrations by Nadine Kaadan. Published in its first edition by Asala in 2010.

With an account of Arab history starting at the onset of the twentieth century, Georges Corm or seeks to explain the juncture Arab countries have reached today. The book, published by Dar Attalia’a, Beirut, offers a detailed examination of the factors leading to the void in the Arab political...

Majhoulat Gibran (Gibran’s Anonym) is a comprehensive and documented study into the amorous life of Gibran Khalil Gibran. The book, published by Kutub, delves into the love affair he had with the pianist Gertrude Biarrie and which was slammed by many as “secret and sexual” in order to...

Written and illustrated by Ghassan Kanafani. Published in its first edition in 2005 by Ghassan Kanafani Cultural Foundation, Beirut. English translation by Nora Shawwa.

“The last century was one of wars; this century, in its context, cannot handle any such wars, as it could become the final century of history” (153). Thus concludes Yousef al-Ashkar the point of his book The Globalization of Terror in which he discusses the implications of the globalized and...