A Mountain and a People: The Rural Life of Mount Lebanon Portrayed in Postcards 1898-1930 by Patricia Acra Raad
Despite its narrow dimensions, Lebanon has too many particularities, too much life and too many colors for us disdain it. It is a world on a small scale, yet, it is a complete one and it is worth admiration for being so. As soon as one approaches the Mountain, one senses the same amazement that had already been felt by volney at the sight of a land that is situated in the heart of Turkey, but is so different from the rest of the Ottoman Empire.
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