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 (mä-fo͞oz′), Naguib 1911-2006.
Egyptian writer who depicted the lives of Cairo's residents in novels such as Palace Walk (1956) and The Beggar (1965). He won the 1988 Nobel Prize for literature.


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(Biography) Naguib (nɑːˈɡiːb). 1911–2006, Egyptian novelist and writer, author of the trilogy of novels Bain al-Kasrain (1945–57). His novel Children of Gebelawi (1959) was banned by the Muslim authorities in Egypt Nobel prize for literature 1988


Naguib, born 1911, Egyptian writer: Nobel prize 1988.
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A new book about the prominent late Egyptian author Naguib Mahfouz, Days with Naguib Mahfouz, was released on Thursday 22 February, telling untold stories of Mahfouz's life.
Days with Naguib Mahfouz" book cover -- photo courtesy of Academic Bookshop statement CAIRO - 22 February 2018: A new book about the renowned late Egyptian author Naguib Mahfouz called "Days with Naguib Mahfouz" by critic/author Fathy el-Ashry was released on Thursday detailing unknown aspects of Mahfouz's life.
At a ceremony held tonight at The American University in Cairo (AUC) Tahrir Square campus, the AUC Press awarded the 2017 Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature to the Palestinian writer Huzama Habayeb for her novel Mukhmal (Velvet).
It was December 11, 1911 when Naguib Mahfouz — Arabic literature's most-translated modern author and its only Nobel laureate — was born:
Download President Aoun contacts Mahfouz, solicits media's accuracy amid current critical stage NNA - President of the Republic, General Michel Aoun, in a telephone conversation with the President of the National Council for Audio-Visual Media, Abdel Hadi Mahfouz, appealed to "all media institutions to be careful about the current stage and its national requirements.
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Al Mahfouz welcomed the cooperation with the consulate general of Indonesia to consolidate joint cooperation relationships between Al-Baha region's businessmen and their counterparts in Indonesia to serve the economies of the two countries and exchange industrial and commercial information.
Mahfouz Balid was cycling to work on the Knockmore Road in Lisburn, Co Antrim, when the collision happened on Wednesday.
Mahfouz and wife Abir were forced from their home in Aleppo and are now living in Lisburn, Co Antrim, with their four children.
Cairo: Nine years after his death, Egypt's Nobel laureate Najib Mahfouz is at the heart of a fresh controversy triggered by the printing of a book touted by a publisher as the acclaimed writer's last work while some critics question its authenticity.
In reality, Mahfouz seems to comply with traditional patriarchal categorization of women disguising itself as an adoption of modernized notions of femininity.
The management team of Bin Mahfouz Mosques said that they organized the training in cooperation with the Saudi Red Crescent Authority.