Naguib Mahfouz
Naguib Mahfouz was Egypt’s most eminent writer. Over a career that lasted more than five decades, he wrote thirty-four novels, thirteen short story anthologies, numerous plays and thirty screenplays. His novels in English translation include The Cairo Trilogy, The Children of the Alley and The Thief and the Dogs. Mahfouz received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1988.
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