Emily Nasrallah

Emily Nasrallah

Emily Daoud Nasrallah was a Lebanese writer and women's rights activist. She graduated from the Beirut College for Women (now the Lebanese American University) with an associate degree in arts in 1956. Two years later, she obtained a BA in education and literature from the American University of Beirut. She published her first novel "Birds of September" in 1962; the book was instantly acclaimed, and won three Arabic literary prizes.[2] "Flight Against Time" was Nasrallah's first novel to be translated into English, published by the Canada-based Ragweed Press. She became a prolific writer, publishing many novels, children's stories, and short story collections, touching on themes such as family, village life, war, emigration, and women's rights. The latter was a subject she has maintained support for throughout her life.

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