Lebanon's peace: Cast in stone?

Doyle, Paul
May 1997
Middle East;May97, Issue 267, p42
Looks into the social conditions in Lebanon. French artist Armand Fernandez's creation of a monument; Value of statue as a symbol for peace and a hope for the future; Use of real military vehicles and arsenal; Prophetic significance of monument.


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