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Clericist Catholic Authors and the Crystallization of Historical Memory of WW1 in Lebanonist-Particularist Discourse, 1918-1922
(Universidad de Córdoba, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2007)
For those clerical Lebanese writers bound to the West by French and Latin, the slaughter of World War I showed that both pro-Catholic and secularist ideologies had failed to maintain peace and prosperity in Europe. The ...
Rural Life and Social Change in the 1929 Collection ‘Ghosts of the Village’ (Ashbah al-Qaryah) by Karam Mulhim Karam (I)
(Universidad de Córdoba, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2008)
The pre-1930 stories by Karam Mulhim Karam (1902-1959) document the evolution of varied classes and cultural groups in Lebanon in the late Ottoman, and early French mandatory, periods. These stories, among other features, ...