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by Farid Hourani

  • Author: Farid Hourani
  • ISBN: 0738850276
  • ISBN13: 978-0738850276
  • ePub: 1482 kb | FB2: 1321 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Middle East
  • Publisher: Xlibris; 1 edition (May 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 388
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 580
  • Format: mbr mobi lrf docx
Olinda's Dream ePub download

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Olinda's Dream: Palestine & Lebanon Remembered. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.

Farid I. Hourani (also spelled Farid I. Haurani) is a Lebanese-American physician and author of Olinda's Dream. Dr. Hourani was born in 1928 in Gaza, Palestine to Iskander Hourani, MD and Olinda Negeim. His father was born in Judaidet Merjayoun, Lebanon, educated at Syrian Protestant College, now, known as American University of Beirut, Lebanon.

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One part of the book covers the highlight history of the Middle East mainly from 1860 to the present time

One part of the book covers the highlight history of the Middle East mainly from 1860 to the present time. The text, typed in italics, appears intermittently in the course of the book. It is well referenced. The second part, typed in plain (Roman) text, covers basically the story (semi-biographical) of four generations of my families.

Olinda's Dream: Palestine & Lebanon Remembered by Farid Hourani (2000-12-01). Olinda's Dream by Farid Hourani (2001-01-13).

Personal Name: Hourani, Farid, 1928-. Download book Olinda's dream : Palestine & Lebanon remembered, Farid Hourani. Publication, Distribution, et. . Xlibris Corp.

The dream always drained her of strength, left her wrung out and boneless from exhaustion. She felt shattered, unable to think, overcome by both panic and passion. Nameless, faceless, but always him. She stared at the dim early-morning light that pressed against the window, a graying so fragile that it scarcely penetrated the glass. There was no need to look at the clock; the dream always came in the dark, silent hour before dawn, and ended at the first approach of light.

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One part of the book covers the highlight history of the Middle East mainly from 1860 to the present time.The text, typed in initalics appears intermittently in the course of the book. It is well referenced. The second part, typed in plain (roman) text, covers basically the story (semibiographical) of four generations of my families.The centerpiece of the book is timely because it covers the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the creation of Israel in 1948, the 1967 war, the 1973 war, the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 1982 and the Intifada.The involvements of the neighboring countries, Britain, France, United States presidents and Nazi Germany in these conflicts are covered. The book could be considered the Gone with the Wind of the Middle East. The author's thoughts, ideas, philosophy and experiences both medical and non-medical developed in the book could be construed as a follow-up to the thoughts of Kahlil Gibran.The book contains many literary and appealing quotations of famous people fittingly weaved into its matrix.
DEAD-SHOT
This book provides a very personal perspective on Palestinians and their experiences in the development of Israel.
Vizil
The history, the times and the lives of the people of Greater Syria since 1860 and beyond, written in simple yet elegant language and driven by the human spirit, nationalism and the hope for a better future.
Blacknight
I read with interest Farid Hourani's book, "Olinda's
Dream" and have the following to say: Everything is described so
vividly that one could imagine as if one is there with the author in every detail, living the moments of every person, from the beginning till the present. The characters are interesting to me as I could see people I know in them, and mainly the author in all. What deep thoughts and cultural backing intertwined with historical facts of the Middle East and especially the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. If the style of this book was part of my history learning experience, I certainly would have done much better than I ever did! (history was not my favorite subject, I found it dry). This book is very impressive, I highly recommend it.
Xal
Dr. Hourani does a masterful job of weaving the story of four generations of his fascinating family into the rich tapestry that is the Middle East. His unique separation of historical text from family saga provides both an enjoyable read, and a concise study of the region. Hourani is particularly effective in articulating the struggles of the Palestinian people.
A very timely book!
Nkeiy
Dr. Farid Hourani's objective history of the Middle East, from the mid 19th Century to the present, recounts events, particularly in Lebanon, Palestine and the creation of Israel. Dr. Hourani's story is interwoven with his family's roots and will resonate with Americans of Lebanese heritage as well as historical scholars. This is a must read!
Zulkigis
Dr.Hourani brilliantly describes both the history of the Middle East conflict and it's effect on generations of families. The story of his family is so vividly told that one feels that he wishes to know them. I couldn't put the book down. It is a real page-turner.
Berenn
A Nostalgic journey, a must for anyone interested in history of the Levant.
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