The Syrian World Volume 04, Issue 03


The Syrian World Volume 04, Issue 03


Volume 4 Issue 03 of The Syrian World published November 1929. The issue begins with Salloum A. Mokarzel's continuation of his travels into Syria, where he specifically details interviews with the President and Premier of the Republic of Lebanon, and with acting French High Commissioner. Hilda Fox, General Secretary of the Lebanon Hospital for Mental Diseases, wrote about the history and needs of this institution in Mt. Lebanon. Then Elizabeth MacCallum's "On Ameen Rihani" is featured. It discusses his life and works as a frequently featured writer in The Syrian Word. The Barbara Young's poem titled "To the Man with the Hard Eyes" is included in the issue, followed by yet another poem titled "A Legend of the Nile" by Dr. Salim Y. Alkazin, a mystical poem that tells of Egypt from the perspective of Alkazin who spent much of his childhood there. Labeebe A. J. Hanna is yet again featured in this issue for her original short story titled "Such Was Fate!" a love story set in the United States focused around the life of a Syrian couple. The issue concludes with Letters to the Editor, excerpts from the Arab press, and further information on the political developments in Syria.


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