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Vol. 3 No. 2 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in September 1917. This issue features short stories by Mikhail Naimy and Kahlil Gibran, poetry by al-Ghazzali and Ni`mah al-Hajj, and essays by Kahlil Gibran and Malik. Translated authors in this issue…
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Date: October 1917
Vol. 3 No. 3 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in October 1917. This issue includes poetry by Kahlil Gibran, Samirah Atiyeh, and Mikhail Naimy, literary criticism by Kahlil Gibran, and an essay by Ameen Rihani. A serialization of Mikhail Naimy’s…
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Vol. 3 No. 4 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in November 1917. This issue contains poetry by Amin Mushriq, an essay by Hanna Khabbaz, short stories by Kahlil Gibran, a play by Ameen Rihani, a translated work by Rafi, and a continuation of Mikhail…
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Date: August 1917
Vol. 3 No. 1 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in August 1917. This issue features short stories by Ameen Rihani and Kahlil Gibran, an essay by Hanna Khabbaz, literary criticism by Mikhail Naimy, and poetry by Ibn Ta`mah and Iliya Abu Madi.…
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Date: June 1918
Vol. 3 No. 6 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in June 1918. This issue features poetry by Ni`mah al-Hajj and Kahlil Gibran, an essay by Mikhail Naimy, and the last installment of Naimy’s novella Mudhakkarat al-Arqash [Memoirs of a Vagrant Soul].…
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Date: 1932-04
Vol. 6 no. 07 of the Syrian World published April 1932. The issue opens with an apology discussing how the March issue was never published, and as a result the April issue is longer in order to compensate. The first article featured is by H. I.…
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Date: 1932-02
Vol. 6 no. 06 of The Syrian World published February 1932. The issue opens with an article by Rev. W. A. Mansur that discusses the racial pride Syrian and Lebanese people should have as a result of the historical accomplishments of their ancestors.…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAC0dcOMQJrQAkTckPvMjzBLa/TSW1932_02reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1932-01
Vol. 6 no. 05 of The Syrian World published January 1932. The issue opens with a travel journal entry from Ameen Rihani detailing his experiences in Aden, which he describes as a “once beautiful and hospitable Arab city.” This piece is followed by a…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AACXtm6fmLBuS3LDMlhSoPxSa/TSW1932_01reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1931-12
Vol. 6 no. 04 of The Syrian World published December 1931. This issue begins with an article by Hatib I. Katibah discussing Palestine and how exactly it became the small Syrian province lying at the intersection of three continents. Katibah breaks…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAAE7sArULdO2wW5veLEYXlga/TSW1931_12reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1931-11
Vol. 6 no. 03 of The Syrian World published November 1931. The issue begins with an article by Salloum Mokarzel detailing the coming generation of Syrian leaders. Within his article Mokarzel comprehensively discusses the changes arising in Syria as a…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AADQnWwN98CggVQ3MCpmwVn6a/TSW1931_11reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1931-10
Vol. 6 no. 02 of The Syrian World published October 1931. The issue begins with an article titled Two Cities, Two Worlds! By Habib I. Katibah, which is a discussion of the differences between Damascus and Beirut, Syria. While both of these cities are…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAD7qFRh__ilFoIqG_19WDyVa/TSW1931_10reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1931-09
Vol. 6 no. 01 of The Syrian World published September 1931. The issue opens with an editorial announcement of policy changes in the paper, with its sixth year. The beginning of this issue primarily highlights upcoming changes, contributors, and plans…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAAW750owngre8Jj_AikeQU2a/TSW1931_09reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1931-06
Vol. 5 no. 10 of The Syrian World published June 1931. The final issue of the fifth volume opens with an article by none other than Rev. W. A. Mansur. He begins the issue by talking about the tensions between Christians and Moslems. He specifically…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AADI51v-o3l4LAj2rFX3uD7Wa/TSW1931_06reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1931-05
Vol. 5 no. 09 of The Syrian World published May 1931. Ameen Rihani opens the issue with an article already previously published in Travel Magazine, which discusses his journey from Bagdad to Basrah down the Tigris River. Following it is a poem titled…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAAhQb4LUnnXHlA1CUUHVSSLa/TSW1931_05reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1931-04
Vol. 5 no. 08 of The Syrian World published April 1931. The issue is especially long as it was published the same month famed poet and contributor to the Syrian World, Kahlil Gibran, passed away. There are only just a few inclusions in the article…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAAyEV8UJrBm_p0V1UNG5nVGa/TSW1931_04reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1930-06
Vol. 4 no. 10 of The Syrian World published June 1930. The issue begins with Rev W. A. Mansur's engaging question of "Can the Syrian race survive in America?" As is typical with any piece by Mansur he proceeds to give his concise response with sound…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAAqOnsgyoLho-HQ27zIZ2vPa/TSW1930_06reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1930-05
Vol. 4 no. 09 of The Syrian World published May 1930. The issue opens with more of Ameen Rihani's experiences in Jeddah, and his near-haj to Mecca. The editor or Salloum Mokarzel then recounts more of his travels, specifically to Tripoli and Latakia…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AACUhcsU0nIZ3e2r0lm7bbPUa/TSW1930_05reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1930-04
Vol. 4 no. 08 of The Syrian World published April 1930. The issue opens with an interview conducted by Salloum Mokarzel with El-Atassi a Syrian Nationalist Leader and President of the Constituent assembly Discusses the Political Situation. This is…
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