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Saturday, 21 October 2017
Ishiguro has uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world
One of the poorest areas in southern Italy is attempting to cast off the stereotype of Kalashnikov-wielding teens and get its young off the streets by flooding the turf with theatre, cinema and literature
The man behind Conde Nast publishing empire that includes influential publications from The New Yorker to Vanity Fair and Vogue, has died
Writer, Basma Abdel-Aziz, will talk about her book "The Power of Text" in an event held at the Goethe Institute library, on Thursday, 28 Sep at 7:00pm
Kuwaiti pioneer of the novel Laila Al-Othman reflects on her life and career as an author in her autobiography
The first volume of diplomat and politician Amr Moussa’s memoirs was published in Cairo on Wednesday
The Man Booker Prize's shortlist has raised many eyebrows as it excluded a number of big names
Dupree amassed a vast collection of books, maps, photographs and rare recordings of folk music, all now housed at a center she founded at Kabul University
Clinton reveals the inner workings of her campaign strategy, admits mistakes and vehemently criticizes Trump in her new book
Kate Millett, the activist, artist and educator whose best-selling 'Sexual Politics' was a landmark of cultural criticism and a manifesto for the modern feminist movement, has died
King was blocked by the president this summer. He has a long history of being critical of Trump.
Mufakirat Tifla fi Al-Khamisa wa Al-Thamaneen (A Notebook of an 85-year-old Girl) by Nawal El-Saadawi, Roznameh Publishing, Cairo, 2017
Abdallah Sennawi talks to Ahram Online about his recent book, The Berkash Dialogues, which reveal Heikal's role in some of Egypt's most historic moments
The book was the brainchild of a group of high-ranking former civil servants and diplomats known as the 'G25', which was formed to push back against intolerance
Sahar El-Moguie's latest novel is an adventure into archetypes about women, deconstructed and reformed in the contemporary world
Egypt lost Sunday a towering figure of culture writing — one who touched generations of artists and journalists
The memoir exposed the alleged role of Pakistan's former spy chief Shuja Pasha in quashing a murder trial against the author
The memoir includes descriptions of how a 2014 motorcycle accident left him in a coma with a dozen broken bones
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