A House of Many Mansions: The History of Lebanon Reconsidered
Today Lebanon is one of the world's most divided countries - if it remains a country at all. But paradoxically the faction-ridden Lebanese, both Christians and Muslims, have never shown a keener consciousness of common identity. How can this be?
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Review: A House of Many Mansions: The History of Lebanon ReconsideredUser Review - Mohamed Awada - Goodreads
Wonderful book about the multiple historical views of Lebanon! I highly recommend this book to understand the flaws in all the available historical views Read full review
Review: A House of Many Mansions: The History of Lebanon ReconsideredUser Review - Gus - Goodreads
I wish they'd have taught us the history of Lebanon using this book rather than the insipid tales they used in school. This book is an eye opener on the roots of the issues the country and the region ... Read full review
How it all began
The confidence game
Rose among the thorns
The Maronite record
The imagined principality
The mountain refuge
Ottoman Lebanon how unique?