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Sunday, 17 June 2018
Michael Hurley is completing a voyage from France to the Caribbean to North America with a first mate who is engaged to be his wife
The book combines tales of modern-day travel with the story of a 17th-century anatomist who dissected his own amputated leg and the journey of composer Frederic Chopin's heart from Paris to Warsaw after his death
Roth's literary agent, Andrew Wylie, told The Associated Press that he died in a New York City hospital of congestive heart failure.
Portraits, Poems & Heroin: 30 Souls Tell the Story includes a series of poems D'Angelo-Lombardi wrote about her son's friend, along with Zanfagna's brightly colored portraits of young people who died of overdoses
On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of the founder of communism, here are 10 books in Arabic on the man and his thought
President of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Mostafa Al-Feki talks to Dina Ezzat about his profiles of people that sum up the recent history of Egypt
Egyptian publishers were prevented from taking part in the 2018 Ramallah Book Fair
"Anne Frank: A Cold Case Diary" will be published in the summer of 2020 according to HarperCollins Publishers
Screenwriter and author Mark Bailey, and Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalists Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan, will lead the discussion of how Irish immigrants helped shape the U.S.
Hefny was one of the most influential psychologists in Egypt and the wider Arab world
The decision came after the fallout of allegations of sexual misconduct by the husband of one of its members and leaks of names of some prize-winners ahead of the formal announcements.
Nasrallah is set to receive the $50,000 award for his dystopian novel exploring the depths of human depravity
Gibran's tolerance for the Other is much needed today, according to American interfaith advocate Paul Gordon Chandler
Nobody Pities the Cats of the City, published by Dar El-Tanweer, examines continued life after failed dreams in a heartbroken city
Ahmed Khaled Tawfik was more than a fiction writer, he was a phenomenon who showed a generation of young readers a whole new world
Soad Othman offers a fine-grained ethnography of the Bohra sect of Ismaili Shi'ism
Tawfik, who was best known for his pocket series Ma Wara Al-Tabia (Metaphysics), died of a heart attack on Monday
In his new book, Dr. Hassanein Tawfiq Ibrahim asks whether the Islamic State organisation may continue in some form after its apparent defeat on the battlefield, highlighting the future of children born to IS members
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