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Sunday, 23 April 2017
Books
Pulitzer board said that Matar's memoir about his native Libya "examines with controlled emotion the past and present of an embattled region."

Makki was one of the most specialised critics in the field of Andalusian literature

This academic study focuses on the effectiveness of the official national human rights bodies in Egypt and South Korea over the past two decades, concluding that Egypt’s National Council for Human Rights must be given more powers

Mostafa Amin’s book, has been published in episodic form in order to narrate past events in Akhbar El-Yom between November and early December 1960

Dutch writer Connie Palmen speaks of her latest novel, You Said It, that fictionalises the tragic relationship between Sylvia Plath and her husband Ted Hughes

Biography in Exile focuses on Taher's self-imposed exile in Europe after the late President Anwar Sadat launched a repressive campaign against the Left in 1971

Yaa Gyasi will be bestowed the 2017 PEN Hemingway Award on Sunday at a ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library
King's daughter says her mother has a 'wealth of materials' and it's tragic that it cannot be contained in a book
The ruling came after Poland's constitutional court, which had doubts about the validity of the tax rules, sought its opinion
Fox was mostly known as a children's writer who frankly explored abandonment and loss until she was championed by a new generation of US writers in the 1990s
The novels selected were chosen from 186 entries from 19 countries, all published between July 2015 and June 2016
29 year old Abbad Yahya's novel was confiscated by the Palestinian authorities in the West Bank that issued him an arrest warrant too
Yiannopoulos is an editor of the rightwing news website Breitbart, and is known for inflammatory remarks about women and Muslims
The novel is called "The Hellfire Club" and it takes place in a world that well predates the Trump administration
The workshop targets young journalists ages 20 to 25 interested in improving their arts and culture writing
After eight years, Farouk Hosni reveals the secrets behind his 2009 failed bid to be elected UNESCO director-general
This year marks the 48th round of one of the world's biggest book fairs

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