Books of literature he wrote history of muslim in the

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books of literature, he wrote history of muslim in the Arab World that nobody dared writing, he was one of the people that inspired Egypt nationalism (says that Egypt is not arab, and part of Europe), his most famous work is Al-Ayyam (The Days), he was the minister of Education, he was called the Dean of Arab Literature, in Beirut, hundreds of people gathered around him, he was considered kind of a celebrity… There was no epic writing in Arabic literature however Sleiman Boustani translated The Eliade in 11000 stanzas, Boulous Salama wrote an epic of Ghadir in 5000 lines and Epic of Riyadh in 5000 lines. THE FIRST ARABIC POET: ZAYNAB, 1915 by Mohammad Husayn Haykal Arab Literature: OLD LITERATURE FROM ARAB AUTHORS, WORKS LIKE KHALIL GEBRAN IN ENGLISH, AMMIN MAALOUF IN FRENCH AND BOOKS FROM ALGERIAN AND MOROCAN AUTHORS Arabic Literature: ONLY LITERATURE WRITTEN IN ARABIC (WORDS WRITTEN IN ARABIC LANAGUAGE) 2. Al-rabita al Andaloussiya in Latin America (Arab Pen Association of Latin America) Conscious effort to establish Arabic schools to maintain culture and language, lobbying government to include Arabic studies in university curricula, School of Arab Studies at Sao Paolo University. Lebanese School in 1900, Sarah Shahine 1914, Atlassiyah Schhol 1919, al-Wataniyah School for Science and Literature 1919, Saint-Mikhail 1922…
Newspapers and magazines: al-Fayhaa (1895), al-Raqib (1897), al-Asmahi (1897), al-Manazer (1899), al-Sawab (1899), al-Usbah, al-Sharq… Authors: Shafic Maalouf, Riyad Maalouf, Rachid al-Khouri (Batroun). When he grew older, he wanted to go back to his country and he wrote: Watan al-Urouba hayl’ee kafani, ana a’idoun li amouta fi watani. Andalous is the link between Arabs and Spanish speaking people. 3. Al-Rabitah al-Qalamiyah (Arab Pen Association in the USA) No effort to establish Arabic schools like in Latin America. The USA is more of a melting pot and integration into English. That’s why Khalil Gibran only published in English and painted by himself. USA did have Arabic newspapers and magazines: Kawkab America (1891). Pattern of

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