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The Lebanese-Phoenician Nationalist Movement

Literature, Language and Identity

The Lebanese-Phoenician Nationalist Movement by Basilius Bawardi
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Should Lebanon be part of the Arab world? The question of belonging has formed the basis of the political, religious and cultural tensions in Lebanon, to the point that sectarian conflict on the country’s future contributed significantly to the outbreak of civil war in 1975. This book focuses on the development of the Phoenician-Lebanese movement that struggled against the hegemonic status of Arabic language and culture. The Phoenician-Lebanese were a predominantly Maronite Christian group who attempted to remove themselves from the Muslim and Arab world throughout the twentieth century. Their demands for self-definition as a nation and their desire to establish their own culture were rooted in the concept of their ancient Phoenician past.
I.B.Tauris; August 2016
208 pages; ISBN 9781786720122
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Title: The Lebanese-Phoenician Nationalist Movement
Author: Basilius Bawardi