|Lebanon Sites (46 - 60 of 90)|
May Ziade - Wikipedia
Information about May Ziade, a Lebanese prolific Arab poet, essayist, translator and writer for Arab newspapers and periodicals.
Ahmad Reda - Wikipedia
Information about Ahmad Reda, a Lebanese writer, poet and linguist.
Selwa Anthony Author Management Agency
Website of the Lebanese author Selwa Anthony, owner of the Author Management Agency in Australia. Biography, books, photos and more.
Khalil Gibran Website
Khalil Gibran's fan site covering general information. Biography, books, poems and more.
Butrus al-Bustani - Wikipedia
Information about Butrus al-Bustani, a Lebanese notable Arab writer and scholar.
Amin Al-Rihani - Wikipedia
Information about Amin al-Rihani, famous Lebanese writer lived in USA.
Ahmad Faris Shidyaq - Wikipedia
Information about Ahmad Faris Shidyaq, a Lebanese scholar, writer and journalist, considered to be one of the founding fathers of modern Arabic Literature.
Albert Hourani - Wikipedia
Information about Albert Hourani, a Lebanese writer and teacher.
Nahla Chahal - Wikipedia
Information about Nahla Chahal, a Lebanese writer, journalist, researcher, activist. One of the leaders of the Organization of Communist Action of Lebanon and member of the Lebanese Communist Party.
Muhammad Jaber al-Safa - Wikipedia
Information about Muhammad Jaber al-Safa, a Lebanese historian and writer from the Lebanese region of Jabal Amel.
Giuseppe Luigi Assemani - Wikipedia
Information about Giuseppe Luigi Assemani, a Lebanese orientalist and Professor of Oriental languages at Rome.
Hanan al-Shaykh - Wikipedia
Information about Hanan al-Shaykh, a Lebanese author of contemporary Arab women's literature.
Ghassan Tueni - Wikipedia
Information about Ghassan Tueni, a Lebanese parliament member and publisher of An-Nahar newspaper, the father of assassinated Lebanese politician and journalist Gebran Tueni.
IMDb Profiles - Rodney El Haddad
Presents brief biography and film credits for the Lebanese writer Rodney El Haddad.
Arkan Simaan - Wikipedia
Information about Arkan Simaan, a Lebanese Brazilian French historian of science and a novelist.