(Ounsi El Hajj / Photo by Stringer)
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Hage launched his journalistic career two years later when he was made director of the cultural page of Al-Hayat, which was then the Arabic-language sister publication of The Daily Star.In 1964, Hage's culture page grew into "Al-Mulhaq," An-Nahar's weekly cultural supplement.Hage served as An-Nahar's editor-in-chief from 1992 to 2003 . Hage continued publishing poetry throughout this period. A prolific author, Hage also leaves a wide range of as yet unpublished works.In addition to his writing and editing work at An-Nahar, Hage simultaneously served as editor-in-chief of several other publications, including Al-Hasna magazine (in 1966) and Arab and International Nahar (1977-89).
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