|books in french
|Khalil Haoui: philosophie de la poésie et de la civilisation
Dar An-Nahar 2002
A book on the poetry of Khalil Haoui where the author reveals an unknown facet of the poet through deciphering his texts and restituting his inspiration.
|Etude sur la Poésie Libanaise Francophone
Dar An-Nahar 1997
About Lebanese poetry written in french.
|Liban, Figures Contemporaines
From the 19th century until 1999, a study on the important contribution of Lebanon to the cultural Arab Modernity through the portraits of 16 great Lebanese writers such as Ahmad Faris Al-Chidiac, Gibran, Elias Abou Chabaka, and artists such as the painter Omar Ounsi and the musician Asi Al-Rahbani.
|L'Univers Romanesque de Rachid el-Daif et la Guerre du Liban
L'Harmattan (coll. Critiques Littéraires) 2001
An analysis of the work of the Lebanese writer Rashid al-Daif who did not write about the Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990) in a direct way. But instead, wrote novels describing the hopes, the fears, the good and the bad times the Lebanese people experienced during this period.
|Diwan Chahrour el-Wadi. Le Zajal, ou la Poésie Populaire
Joseph D. Raidy 2001
Book on the Lebanese popular poetry, the 'zajal', that also reflects the events taking place in Lebanon.
|Soleil de nuit : Rilke, Fondane, Stétié, Tuéni
idLivre (coll. Esquilles) 2002
A study on the poetry of Rilke, Fondane, Salah Stétié and Nadia Tuéni. Who all tell, each one in his own way, through his own culture, about the existence of a "night sun" that illuminates the hearts of men.
|Parcours en francophonie(s)
Dar An-Nahar 2003
A study and an analysis on the concept and realities of francophonie and francophone literature, in particular in the Near-East, in the Maghreb and in Africa.
|La poésie Libanaise de langue Francaise
Pub. De l'universite Libanaise 1981
On Frida Bagdadi, Tamar, Julien Harb.
|Pérennité de la littérature libanaise d'expression française
Francophone Lebanese Literature from the period of pioneers to the period of combattants with an iconographic section and a bibliography listing amongst others: Amin Maalouf, Andrée Chedid, Salah Stétié, Georges Schéhadé, Nadia Tuéni, Vénus Khoury-Ghata.
|Aux Frontières des Deux Genres : en Hommage à Andrée Chédid
A compilation of texts in homage to Andrée Chédid’s writings based on her aesthetic journey between the literary "genre" and the feminine "genre".
|Effets du Féminin: Variations Narratives Francophones
Karthala (coll. Lettres du Sud) 2004
Carmen boustani studies the verbal and non-verbal expression, making a critical gaming out of the "feminine".
|Panorama de la poésie libanaise d'expression française
Ed. Librairie Orientale 1996
A study of Francophone Lebanese poetry throughout one century (1890-1995) depicting the social-cultural circumstances and portraying its multiple aspects.
|Le roman arabe
This work dedicated to the Arab novel from the Nahda period (1834) up to 2004, includes a chapter on the Lebanese novels, especially those written during the civil war and in its aftermath.
|Pérennité de la littérature libanaise d'expression française (Anthologie)
A passionate plea for francophone Lebanese literature including: a synopsis of francophone Lebanese literature from the pioneers' period to the fighters' days; an iconographic section; and a bibliography listing 150 poets, novelists, philosophers..etc.
|Dictionnaire de la littérature libanaise d'expression française
This dictionary includes 134 articles dedicated to the authors, a themes' inventory, a chronological classification of the writers, a selective classification of the author into literary genres (tale, short story, novel, autobiography, poetry, theatre), an index of over 600 titles, and a selective bibliography.