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[12 Jan 2011 | One Comment | 175 views]

There is a city breaking, Beirut; and a city withdrawn, Tripoli. There is rural community form the mountains, Christians, who are mobilized by, and perhaps even initiate, the violence. Lebanon’s communities are fighting their wars, and possibly others’ wars, with a lack of awareness and the unconsciousness of teenagers who, as long as they dream of their game, go on playing.

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[17 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 117 views]

‏In ‪’‬Chased away‪’,‬ Jabbour Douaihy writes the life and death of a city‪…‬Then, as today, calls‪ and‬ claims for rights resound, and crime remains a constant‪…‬

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[15 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 134 views]

‏ Jabbour Douaihy‪’‬s transparent writing style‪,‬ namely in the description of nature‪,‬ reminds me with the greatness of Japanese novels

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[15 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 140 views]

In his novel “Chased away”, Jabbour Douaihy stirs the pains of those who witnessed the war and remember most of its beginning. But the novel’s significance remains that who does not fully belong to a Lebanese community is doomed to be rootless and rejected throughout his life, however short or long.

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[12 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 149 views]

A novel like a shot from a pistol. Read this novel’s first page, and the passion will lead you to inevitably read on, full speed, your eyes driven on the lines in pursuit of the events.

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[12 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 98 views]

L’Orient Littéraire, Beirut, Lebanon reviews Douaihy’s latest novel.
A portion of it is translated with Goole translate – full French review is found below.