Nada al-Hage


Nada El Hage (born 9 May 1958, Beirut, Lebanon) is a Lebanese poet, writer and journalist. She is the daughter of the Lebanese poet Ounsi El Hage. She completed her high school education in Beirut before she headed to Paris to major in Philosophy in the Sorbonne University. She returned to Beirut to engage in an acting experience with the stage director Raymond Jebara.

In the 1980s she translated several plays from French to Arabic language. The plays were directed by Joseph Bou Nassar and presented on the working space of "Al Masrah Al baladi".

She co-translated along with the Lebanese writer May Menassa, the poetical works of the late Nadia Tueni, Sentimental Archives of the Lebanese War.

Between the year 1981 and 1995, she edited the cultural pages in Fairuz magazine, under the title of "Dalil Fairuz". She also wrote in cultural pages of both An-Nahar and Al Hayat newspapers. She now resumes writing in the weekly newspaper Dalil An Nahar.

(From Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia)



  • "Prayer in the Wind" 1988
  • "Fingers of the Soul" 1994
  • "Journey of the Shadow" 1999
  • "All this Love" 2001
  • "Forest of Light" 2002
  • "With the lightness of a Falling Moon" 2006

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