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Memoirs of a Dinar
Dr. Dahesh
$55.00
An unusual novel which Dr. Dahesh had composed in less than 24 hours spread over 12 days (from the third to the fourteenth of January 1946).
The hero, a Dinar(a golden coin), by virtue of its transference from one hand to another roams several countries for almost a century. It wanders into cities, villages, palaces, cottages, monasteries, nighclubs; it travels in the air and dives to the bottom of the seas; it accompanies good and bad people, kings and commons; it listens to animals and witnesses two national liberation movements in India and England as well as two World Wars and later a third World War! Above all, it records its observations with the genius of a spellbinding storyteller and renders its judgments with the wisdom of a philosopher.
The book is a summary statement of the views of the author regarding society and its corruption, clergymen, politics, human rights, courts of justice, money, love, psychology of wars, art and literature. Underlying his harsh critical attitude is the author’s deep desire for reform.

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Winged Imagination or The Life of the Moon Dwellers Arabic Version
Dr. Dahesh
$15.00
Do you like to explore a strange world where the body length of its inhabitants is about a hundred or two hundred meters (33 or 66 feet) but the width of their chests does not exceed three centimeters (~1 inch)? Where a bird is larger than a whale in size and more intelligent than humans on Earth. Where chicken is the size of three elephants...
This book is full of unusual comic imaginings depicting the rich exciting imagination of the author.

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The Song of Songs
Dr. Dahesh
$50.00
The Song of Songs which Solomon the Wise, had chanted 3000 years ago exerted a long lasting influence on world literature. A great number of writers rendered it in their own style. Dr. Dahesh too had extracted from its gold mine the rough precious stone, hewing it down into shape with his pen and embossing it with gem-like descriptions drawn from his own creative imagination in the form of a musical drama.

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The Song of Songs (Nashid al-Anshad) Arabic Version
Dr. Dahesh
$50.00
The Song of Songs which Solomon the Wise, had chanted 3000 years ago exerted a long lasting influence on world literature. A great number of writers rendered it in their own style. Dr. Dahesh too had extracted from its gold mine the rough precious stone, hewing it down into shape with his pen and embossing it with gem-like descriptions drawn from his own creative imagination in the form of a musical drama.

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The Correspondence Between Dr. Dahesh and Dr. Mohammad Hussein Haykal
Dr. Dahesh
$20.00
In the summer of 1951, the famous Egyptian writer, Dr. Mohammad Hussein Haykal, an ex-president of the Egyptian Senate House and the then proprietor of the two Egyptian newspapers, The Weekly Politics and The Daily politics, visited Lebanon. He heard the news of the oppressive persecution campaign mounted against Dr. Dahesh at the hands of the then President of the Lebanese Republic, Beshara el-Khoury; so he wrote to the Daheshist poet, Halim Dammous, expressing his desire to assist in defending the cause of a man unjustly persecuted. This letter to the Lebanese poet initiated a correspondence between Dr. Haykal and the founder of Daheshism, who was at that time unjustly stripped of his citizenship and living away from public view.
The letters of Dr. Dahesh mostly reveal the causes of persecution and the so-called “legal” procedures of the thinly veiled conspiracy against him, and his determination to restore his rights. On the other hand, the letters of Dr. Haykal express his view that stripping a person of his citizenship is worse than a death sentence by a firing squad. These letters express Dr. Haykal’s avowal to stir up Dr. Dahesh’s case in the Egyptian press in a manner similar to Voltaire’s defense in the famous Calas case.

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Memoirs of Jesus of Nazareth V.1 Arabic Version
Dr. Dahesh
$40.00
The life of Christ until the age of 30 raises many unanswered questions: How did he spend his childhood days and his youth? How long did he stay with his parents in Egypt? Who received them as his guests there? Did he get any education? Did he perform any miracles prior to his miracle at Cana of Galilea? What is the attitude of his family towards him and his message? When did he meet Peter for the first time? Did he reveal any of his teachings before the proclamation of his message? Did the four gospels mention all his teachings or is it that some of them had not been revealed to the world?
This inspired book reveals three years of the Nazarene's life beginning at the age of twelve.

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Memoirs of a Dinar, Arabic version 2nd ED
Dr. Dahesh
$40.00
An unusual novel which Dr. Dahesh had composed in less than 24 hours spread over 12 days (from the third to the fourteenth of January 1946).
The hero, a Dinar(a golden coin), by virtue of its transference from one hand to another roams several countries for almost a century. It wanders into cities, villages, palaces, cottages, monasteries, nighclubs; it travels in the air and dives to the bottom of the seas; it accompanies good and bad people, kings and commons; it listens to animals and witnesses two national liberation movements in India and England as well as two World Wars and later a third World War! Above all, it records its observations with the genius of a spellbinding storyteller and renders its judgments with the wisdom of a philosopher.
The book is a summary statement of the views of the author regarding society and its corruption, clergymen, politics, human rights, courts of justice, money, love, psychology of wars, art and literature. Underlying his harsh critical attitude is the author’s deep desire for reform.

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Histoires Extraordinaires et Légendes Merveilleuses Volume 1
Dr. Dahesh
$69.00
This assortment of short stories confronts the reader with exciting plots, perplexing climaxes, and sudden unexpected denouements. The stories make the reader hold his breath at different junctures in the narrative and stirs in him feelings of wonder, surprise, and awe.
What is rather remarkable are the author’s views conveyed in these short stories: all creatures (human and nonhuman) are free and responsible, subject to the eternal laws of divine justice, man is not the only sentient being, for among animals and plants, there are some that enjoy a greater power of rational perception than man. Also the generic hierarchical stratification on Earth is not a proof of spiritual superiority and sublimity. Moreover, there are other inhabited planets whose civilizations exceed by far those of Earth.

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Strange Stories & Wonderful Tales V.1 Spanish Version
Dr. Dahesh

Regular Price: $69.00

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Short stories that embark the reader onto exciting plots, perplexing climaxes, and sudden unexpected denouements.
Even more remarkable are the author’s views conveyed in these short stories with respect to the subject of eternal laws of divine justice through reincarnation.

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A Writer of Prose & A Writer of Poetry Vol. 3
Dr. Dahesh
$26.00
In this book, Dr. Dahesh rephrases most of what he has written between 1930 and 1950 into octave-rhymed stanzas; then the poet Halim Dammous "being aware," as he says, "of the impact of these inspired words and of the origin of these heart-deep feelings," transposes them from rhymed prose into rhymed verse. In the verse version, the reader finds an almost total faithfulness to the original rhymed prose and at the same time an easy flow of rhythm.

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