Mahfouz Naguib

Mah·fouz

 (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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"I was a government employee in the morning and a writer in the evening." - Naguib Mahfouz Naguib Mahfouz - Courtesy of AUC Press There was an assassination attempt by an Islamic extremist that took place in 1994 on Mahfouz, who was 82 at the time due to his controversial novel "Awlad Haretna" (The Children of Gebelawi").
On y voit notamment le maitre Mahfouz Naguib expliquant comment La dame est unique.