Title Les Barreaux surannés, (« Outmoded Bars »)
Publisher(s) Jean Grassin, Paris
Publication 1963
Author E. Antébi

A book on Poetry, published at the age of 18. And « Figure d’Anjoue » (something like a confusion between Mahogany and Milwaukee, let’s say “Milwaugany Face”), first poem, written at the age of 7.

Title Ave Lucifer
Publisher(s) Calmann Lévy and Pocket "J'ai Lu"
Publication 1970
Author E. Antébi
Translation Spanish version : Roca
Jacket Topor
An inquiry on the Devil in the West, with interviews with Pierre Schaeffer, who had been a disciple of the Caucasian guru Gurdjieff, with Julius Evola, secret advisor of Benito Mussolini, and with professor Banerjee, Jaïpur University.

Press :
« Original and even unexpected » Hervé Lauwick, Jours de France.
« A book of great interest ». Dernière Heure, Bruxelles.
« A damned bewitching essay » Figaro Littéraire.

Title The Pink Squad of Madame Claude ,
Publisher(s) Stock-Julliard, France-Loisir, Pocket book.
Publication 1974
Author E. Antébi, Anne Florentin (alias Anne de Boismilon)
Translation Italian version : Cappelli

The French Fifth Republic « meeting club ». Inquiry on Power behind the scenes.

Press :
«  We are in the kingdom of sham, beloved of Tennessee Williams, and of imitation, source of money in a consumer society » Paul Morelle, Le Monde.
«The most astounding book in the field» E. Schneider,
La Suisse.
« In Les Filles de Madame Claude (« The Pink Brigade of Madame Claude”), two young women are describing in detail, with ‘dexterity’, the very famous Harem where, for at least fifteen years, more than five hundred ‘young ladies” followed one another
» Bernard Thomas, Le Canard Enchaîné.

Title Droit d'asiles en Union Soviétique, "The Right of Asylums in the Soviet Union"
Publisher(s) Julliard
Publication 1977
Author E. Antébi
Translation Italian version : Editoriale Nuova
Preface Eugène Ionesco
Jacket Tim

Mental Hospitals for political reasons, or how to “cure” lucidity ? A major symptom of the Totalitarian language.

Press :
« With my best thanks for this book, that I will reread with a lot of interest and emotion » Pierre Mendès-France.
« The first book to consider the problem from all angles»
La Croix, 1St september 1977.
«The great merit of the book is to make the reader understand that Soviet psychiatric repression was not just a temporary expedient, nor an accidental deviation, but a logical outcome of the evolution of the system : it was as much the expression of the system as was the extermination through the concentration camps for Stalinism or Nazism» Pierre Daix, Le Quotidien de Paris, May 12,1977.

Title The Electronic Epoch
Publisher(s) Van Nostrand Rheinhold
Publication 1982
Author E. Antébi
Translations French version : Hologramme,
German version : Birkhäuser

A Worldwide inquiry, with the main witnesses of the « Electronic Revolution », that has contributed to the most important upheavals of the XXth Century, from the fall of the Berlin Wall to our plunge into the virtual world.

Press :

« At the mike of Michel Clerc, yesterday evening, a young woman of thirty-seven, Elizabeth Antébi, presented a huge book, of which she is, at the same time, the publisher and the author, The Electronic Epoch. That encyclopaedic survey, written in a lively style, is the first history ever written of the amazing technological saga that is actually turning upside down our way of life, our strategies, even our way of conceiving and dealing with the new economic order
» Le Nouveau Journal/RTL
« Her book is really a work of Art, if we consider the beautiful photos facilitating our access to that incredible fairy Universe » Le Monde Informatique, January 10, 1983.
« From Paris to Tokyo, from New York to San Francisco, the Mecca of the microelectronic, Elizabeth Antébi has followed the stages of the “technological earthquake” that spreads over the planet and transforms our daily landscape» Frédéric de Towarnicki,
Le Figaro, December 17, 1982

Title Biotechnology, Engineering for Life
Publisher(s) MIT Press
Publication 1985
Author E. Antébi, with the participation of David Fishlock, Scientific editor, Finantial Times.
Translations Dutch version : Natuur und Techniek, Japanese version : Dobun Shoin,
French Version : Hologramme
Preface In Dutch, Prince Klaus

How to tamper with the genetic, preserving one’s soul ? A worldwide inquiry, throughout the most famous labs of the planet. Orient-Occident : a spiritual gap.

Press :
« A mine of knowledge, interviews, anecdotes » Marie-Laure Moinet, Science et Vie, March 1986.
« Reading that fascinating book, one can ask oneself if the engineers and new « strategists of life » are not really looking at bugs as the most fabulous conquest of Man, after horses » Frédéric de Towarnicki,
Le Figaro, December 27, 1985.
« You read it as a novel, with, on top of that, the precision of a scientific approach» Sophie Séroussi,
Libération, December 27, 1985.

Title Les Jésuites ou la Gloire de Dieu "The Jesuits"
Publisher(s) co-publishing Antébi-Stock
Publication 1990
Author E. Antébi and François Lebrun.
Afterwords Father John O'Malley , s.j. , Weston School of Theology

For the first time, the illustrated history of the Jesuits, from the date of their founding until modern times, and from the Far East (China or Japan) to the West’s last frontier (America).

Press :
«Jesuit humour is not a tale. Like chameleons, they are poor with the poor, Indian with the Indians. In their high schools or at the the depths of Amazonia. At the heart of any culture, you can search every nook and cranny of modernity, and to distinguish them, in that Jesuit kaleidoscope: a tag of Californian wine, an advertising folder for a high school for women specializing in Winners ( !); they appear near the Mannerist ceiling painting of the church of the Roman College or in the contemporary canvas of the Slovenian scholastic Marko Ivan Rupnik» Jean-Michel Dumay, Le Monde, December 14, 1990.

Title L'Homme du Sérail "The Jewish little Pasha of Jerusalem"
Publisher(s) NiL
Publication 1996
Author E. Antébi
Translation English Rights : Crawford Publishing Cy, Adelaide, Australia

The History of Ottoman Palestine, at a time when one could see the first big fracture lines on the chessboard of the Big Powers.

Press :
« Historical thrillers are coming back this summer with new vigour. The latest example is L’Homme du Sérail [Jewish Pasha], by Elizabeth Antebi, which portrays, in fiery and ardent fashion, an incredible and fabulous adventure. Taking place when Jerusalem belonged to the Turks, at the twilight of the Ottoman Empire, this fascinating love story between a handsome Syrian and a charming French woman introduces us to Baron Edmond de Rothschild, the future Israeli prime minister David Ben Gurion, and the future Turkish president Mustapha Kemal. A success. » Gonzague Saint-Bris, Femme.
« Albert Antebi gave his name to a street - in Tel Aviv -, and to a cul-de-sac - in Jerusalem. […] A wonderful saga, teeming with all kinds of adventures and heroes» Alain de Penanster, Valeurs Actuelles.
« For people interested in what happened behind the scenes during the creation of the future state of Israel, this biography is and invaluable and enlightening tool for understanding not only the world of yesterday, but also the conflicts that occur on our planet today» Caroline Bongrand, Elle.
« This book is a crucial contribution to the history of Palestine and of Palestinian Judaism, for the entire period leading up to the First World War. It introduces to us an historical perspective, neglected by Zionist historiography - for ideological purposes » Henry Laurens,
Le Monde Diplomatique, November 1996.

Title Les Missionnaires Juifs de la France (1860-1939)
Publisher(s) Calmann-Lévy
Publication 1999
Author E. Antébi

A description of the daily life before the Second World War in each of the main capitals around the Mediterranean Sea and in Middle East, through the letters of heads of the schools of the Alliance Israélite Universelle (AIU).

Press :
«The French Republic called its teachers « Black Hussars » - AIU had had its own Hussars too. They were the missi dominici of a Liberal Judaism and of a French culture seen as an emanation of the Light and a catalyst for Progress. Therefore, risking their lives, they taught French in the Balkans, in North Africa, even throughout the Middle-East. Through twenty portraits, E. Antébi pays homage to them, as having permitted assimilation» Rémi Kauffer, Le Figaro Magazine, November 13, 1999.
« In her eighth book, E. Antébi is as one with her heroes, she has enriched the gallery of portraits and given us back the keys of a world that we believed lost. You will measure how cruel such a loss is. Telling the story of twenty four men and women, in few words, Elizabeth Antébi scans a century, and, from New York to Central Asia, half of the planet » Pierre Chaunu de l’Institut,
Le Figaro, December 28, 1999.

Title Salomé
Publisher(s) Zulma
Publication 2001
Author E. Antébi

In a collection on First Names.

Title Edmond de Rothschild. L'Homme qui racheta la Terre Sainte, (« The Man who redeemed the Holy Land »)
Publisher(s) Rocher
Publication 2003
Author E. Antébi
Translation English Rights : Crawford Publishing Cy, Adelaide, Australia
Prize Zadoc Kahn Prize 2000

The destiny of a very unusual man and a very unusual land. The melting pot of « the people who have made the desert bloom», under the patronage of France, a quarter of century before the arrival of the first Zionist in Ottoman Palestine. A history, that ends with the dark dawn of the first Hitlerite repressions.

Press :
«A key-book to enable you to understand the historical stakes of war and peace in that part of the world » Terre Magazine, March 2003.
« From 1882 on - fifteen years before Theordor Herzl created his Zionist Organization -, Baron Edmond de Rothschild had invested around half-a-million dollars (the budget of a nation) buying lands which traced the invisible frontier of the future State of Israel. In thirty-two years, he had founded around twenty settlements, and had laid the foundations of its future industrialization. In Edmond de Rothschild. L’Homme qui racheta la Terre Sainte (« The Man who redeemed the Holy Land ») Elizabeth Antébi examines the destiny of this forgotten hero of the official history, that man of faith who, willing to stop the Wandering Jew, suggested once that he never did that in order to create the Wandering Arab. » Paris-Match.

« Elizabeth Antébi really knows how to tell a story » Ariel Sion, Actualité Juive,March 27, 2003.

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