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Diwan al-Ghareeb fi al-Gharb Part 2, or (ديوان الغريب في الغرب (الجزء الثاني, is a 1909 reprint of Kitab al-Ghareeb fi al-Gharb [Strangers in the West]. This pdf contains only part two of the work, an addendum that includes some text but primarily…
Diwan al-Ghareeb fi al-Gharb 1909 Volume 2wm.pdf

Vol. 2 No. 4 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in September 1916. It features short stories by Ameen Rihani, Kahlil Gibran, and Mikhail Naimy; an essay by William Catzeflis; and poetry by Elia abu Madi and Rashid Ayyub. It also continues the…
funun191609_v2.4WM.pdf

Vol. 2 No. 3 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in August 1916. It contains a short story by Ameen Rihani, as well as continuing the serialization of his novella Zanbaqat al-Ghawr [The Lily of the Valley]. Additional work by mahjari authors include a…
funun191608_v2.3WM.pdf

Vol. 2 No. 2 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in July 1916. It contains essays by Ameen Rihani and Kahlil Gibran.The issue contains a contribution of Nasib Arida’s novella, Qissat Dik al-Jinn al-Himsi. It also continues serialization of Ameen…
funun191607_v2.2WM.pdf

Vol. 2 No. 1 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in June 1916. It is the first issue published after a two and a half year hiatus from the journal, which was interrupted by the outbreak of World War I. It begins with an uncredited statement of purpose…
funun191606_v2.1WM.pdf

Vol. 1 No. 9 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in December 1913. This issue continues the serialization of Ameen Rihani’s novella Zanbaqat al-Ghawr [The Lily of the Valley]. Other work originally written in Arabic includes a piece of criticism by…
funun191312_v1.9WM.pdf

Vol. 1 No. 8 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in November 1913. This issue continues the serialization of Ameen Rihani’s novella Zanbaqat al-Ghawr [The Lily of the Valley]. Also included are an essay by Kahlil Gibran, a short story by Ilyas Tamir…
funun191311_v1.8WM.pdf

Vol. 1 No. 2 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in May 1913. Like the first issue, this volume is comprised largely of translations, including works by British author Rudyard Kipling and German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. This issue is notable…
funun191305_v1.2wm.pdf

Vol. 1 No. 7 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in October 1913. It begins with a photograph of Ameen Rihani and features the first portion of a novella, Zanbaqat al-Ghawr [The Lily of the Valley], that was serialized in Al-Funun. Other original…
funun191310_v1.7WM.pdf

Vol. 1 No. 5 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in August 1913. This issue contains a number of pieces by the authors who would form the Pen League:  it opens with a short story by Kahlil Gibran; has two pieces by Ameen Rihani, a short story and…
funun191308_v1.5WM.pdf

Vol. 1 No. 3 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in June 1913. Unlike the first two issues, this journal contains a greater mixture of genres:  in addition to poetry and short stories, this issue contains many essays, including several by Arabic…
funun191306_v1.3WM.pdf

Fāṭima al-Badawiyya [Fatima the Bedouin] is the second novel by 'Afifa Karam. It was publishedin New York City in 1908.
Karam_Fatimah al-Badawiyya_SM.pdf

غادة عمشيت, Ghādat ‘Amshīt [The Girl from ‘Amshit], is 'Afifa Karam's last novel, published in New York City in 1910.
Ghādat 'Amshīt PDF.pdf

الرستميات: تحية الشعب لشاعر الشعب أسعد رستم صاحب ديوان رستم والرئيس السابق لتحرير جريدة المهاجر, or Al-Rustumiyat: Compliment of the Syrian People to the Eminent Poet, Orator and former Chief Editor of the "Emigrant", Asad al-Rustum, was an edited…
Rustumiyat_OCR.pdf

القلوب المتحدة في الولايات المتحدة, or al-Qulub al-mutahidah fi al-wilayat al-mutahidah [United Hearts in the United States], is by Salim Shahin Sarkis [سليم شاهين سركيس]. It is "the history of Spiridon J. Jeha from Syria and Elizabeth B. Phillips…
1904_Sarkis_United Hearts in the United States.pdf

This book was published in English to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Al-Hoda newspaper. It is a narrative history of the paper, its founders Naoum and Salloum Mokarzel, the independence movement and formation of Lebanon, and early 20th-century…
al hoda book_sm_wm.pdf

Dr. Nagib T. Abdou's Arabic-language book about disease and public health. The volume contains sections on specific diseases which were common among densely-packed urban communities, and includes some photographic illustrations.
AS_PO57683_Medicine_and_Commerce_OCR_WM.pdf

This self-published volume is a combined travelogue and business directory. It is bilingual, with entries and sections in both Arabic and English. Abdou collected business names and addresses for the directory in his travels and through solicitation.…
AS_PO57683_Dr_Abdous_Travels_In_America_OCR_WM.pdf
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