|Lebanon Sites (61 - 75 of 89)|
Edward Atiyah - Wikipedia
Information about Edward Atiyah, a Lebanese secretary of the Arab League office in London, best known for his 1946 autobiography An Arab Tells His Story, and his 1955 book The Arabs.
Giuseppe Simone Assemani - Wikipedia
Information about Giuseppe Simone Assemani, a Lebanese orientalist, titular archbishop of Tyre and librarian of the Vatican library.
Miguel Casiri - Wikipedia
Information about Miguel Casiri, a Lebanese Spanish employer in the royal library at Madrid, published a work entitled Bibliotheca Arabico-Hispana Escurialensis.
Raduan Nassar - Wikipedia
Information about Raduan Nassar, a Lebanese Brazilian writer.
Suhayl Idris - Wikipedia
Information about Suhayl Idris, a Lebanese novelist, short-story writer, journalist and translator.
Rawi Hage - Wikipedia
Information about Rawi Hage, a Lebanese Canadian writer and photographer.
John Asfour - Wikipedia
Information about John Asfour, a Lebanese Canadian blind poet, writer and teacher.
Abraham Mitrie Rihbany - Wikipedia
Information about Abraham Mitrie Rihbany, a Lebanese American preacher who wrote on matters of religion and politics such as The Syrian Christ book in 1916.
Fayez Fakih Website
Offers information about the Lebanese writer Fayez Fakih. Biography, writings, pictures and contact details.
Hedy Habra Website
Provides information about the Lebanese poet and essayist Ms Hedy Habra. Biography, published work, writings and contact details.
Al-Rabitah Al-Qalamiyah - The Pen Bond
A literary society formed in 1916 by a band of like-minded men, including Ilyas Atallah, Nasib Aridah, Rashid Ayyub, Abd al-Masih Haddad, Nadrah Haddad, Gibran Kahlil Gibran, Amin Mushriq, Amin al-Rihani and William Catzeflis.
Naeem Murr - Wikipedia
Information about Naeem Murr, a British-born novelist and short story writer of Lebanese descent.
Gibran Khalil Gibran
Website dedicated to the great pillar of Lebanese culture and world renowned philosopher Gibran Khalil Gibran. Features biography, bibliography, photos, paintings, museum and more. Maintained by Gibran Khalil Gibran Committee.
Violette Makdessi Website
Website of Lebanese author and play-writer Violette Makdessi. Profile, works, events and more.
Naji Naaman - Maison Naaman pour la Culture
website of Naji Naaman - The Mad about Gratis Culture. Offers literary prizes worldwide; free books in around 50 languages; literary and cultural salon; other free cultural activities and more.