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The complete works brought to the reader by Alaa El-Din Mahmoud, the editor of the book, introduces the reader to forgotten works of El-Nadeem, some of which were never known before

Tunisian Poet Fatma Ben Mahmoud discusses freedom, pain, and love in her latest collection of poems

Rohayem takes us back to the fourth decade of the last century

Why would some people feel constrained in a place that is otherwise unrestrictive? How would some people find joy in a place that is otherwise constraining?

As the year 2020 opened with the death of one of Egypt's young writers it closed with the death of four prominent writers who left their mark on the Egyptian literary world

A rich and totally captivating volume of reflections from a poignant poet and witty writer who lived in Egypt in the first half of the 20th century, Kamel El-Chennawie

Kamel chose characters that Egypt’s conservative society chooses to ignore and turn a blind eye to in her latest novel Khotoot Shaeka (Thorny Lines)

Publisher Mills & Boon, a romance imprint of British publisher Harlequin UK, said the story is based on Sarah's ancestor, Lady Margaret Montagu Douglas Scott, who fled an arranged marriage and ``the confines of polite society.''
The Pentagon Papers reports, which began in June 1971, exposed widespread government deception about U.S. prospects for victory
Lurie broke through commercially in 1974 with ``The War Between the Tates'' and received her highest acclaim for ``Foreign Affairs,'' winner of the 1985 Pulitzer
Stuart won the 50,000-pound ($66,000) literary award for ``Shuggie Bain,'' the powerful story of a boy coming of age with an alcoholic mother in poverty-scarred 1980s Glasgow
"One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time" was named winner of the 50,000-pound ($66,000) Baillie Gifford Prize at a virtual ceremony in London
This book discusses a conference that was held in the Turkish city of Mardin in 2010, looking at a fatwa issued by Sheikh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyya in the Islamic 7th century
The 52-year-old Duckworth will tell of her life from her childhood in Southeast Asia and Hawaii to her 23 years in the Army to her time in public service
Harris, who made history as the first Black woman to become vice president was the subject or author of four books on Amazon's top 10 Sunday
'Useful Enemies: Islam and The Ottoman Empire in Western Political Thought, 1450-1750' provides a detailed history of European attitudes to Islam and the former Ottoman Empire
100 books most subjected to censorship efforts over the past decade compiled by the American Library Association
A list of the women who have won the prestigious honour since it was first awarded in 1901.
Callais is one of more than 200 "bouquinistes" who sell secondhand books and engravings along a three-kilometre (1.8-mile) stretch of river embankment

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