The fascinating autobiography of a determined and courageous lady, Marie Andari-Kalache. Without compromising on her beliefs and moral convictions, Marie Andari left the restricted life of her calling as a nun to pursue her goals in academia, and thence to campaign tirelessly for humanitarian Arab causes and for the emancipation of women in Lebanese society. With incisive insight and empathy, the author examines human nature, beliefs and attitudes, and highlights the tragedy of her native Lebanon against the background of her own travels and travails through life. A revealing introduction to the real Lebanon, and a moving personal testament.We drank the cafe au lait and ate the French beignets at New Orleansa#39; Cafe du Monde. We also took a two-day trip to Orlando, Florida. We visited Epcot Center and the Magic Kingdom. Sometimes we had to wait in line for hours in order to getanbsp;...
|Title||:||Nun on Leave|
|Publisher||:||Swanstone Wynot - 2005|