|Lebanon Sites (31 - 45 of 90)|
Amin Maalouf - Wikipedia
Information about Amin Maalouf, Lebanese writer, author of many novels in French language, winner of Prix Goncourt in 1993.
William Peter Blatty - Wikipedia
Information about William Peter Blatty, Lebanese American writer, author of The Exorcist novel.
Assaad Abu Khalil - Wikipedia
Information about Assaad Abu Khalil, a Lebanese author and professor of political science at California State University.
Nasri Maalouf - Wikipedia
Information about Nasri Maalouf, Lebanese writer, author of many famous novels.
Ann-Marie MacDonald - Wikipedia
Information about Ann-Marie MacDonald, Lebanese American writer.
Philip Khouri Hitti - Wikipedia
Information about Philip Khouri Hitti, Lebanese writer and historian.
Michael Netzer - Wikipedia
Information about Michael Netzer, a Lebanese American artist known for his comic book work for industry leaders DC Comics and Marvel Comics in the 1970s.
Jalal Toufic Website
Writer, film theorist and video artist. Author of several publications.
Dima Hilal Website
Official website of Dima Hilal, a Lebanese American poet and writer. Biography, poems, pictures, contact details and more.
Salam Al Rassi - The Don of Folk Literature
Official website of Salam Al Rassi, a Lebanese writer of folk literature, known as Shaikh Al-Adab Al-Shaabi. His writings depict traditional life in villages and the way people expressed themselves through proverbs, tales, poems and superstitions.
Naeem Murr Website
Official website of the Lebanese British novelist and short story writer Naeem Murr.
Dr. Dahesh - Wikipedia
Information about Saleem Moussa Ashi, pen name of Saleem Moussa Ashi founder of Daheshism. Lebanese humanist, author and philosopher.
May Ziade - Wikipedia
Information about May Ziade, a Lebanese prolific Arab poet, essayist, translator and writer for Arab newspapers and periodicals.
Website of the Lebanese writer, editor and journalist Sally Farhat. Profile, books, articles and more.
Antonio Houaiss - Wikipedia
Information about Antonio Houaiss, a Lebanese Brazilian writer and translator who served as the Minister of Culture.