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The 47th edition of the Cairo International Book Fair kicked off on Wednesday 27 January with 850 publishers from 34 countries
Critic Gaber Asfour will discuss his newly released book On Culture and Freedom on Wednesday, 13 January at 6:00pm at the Supreme Council for Culture in Zamalek
Finding Winnie: The Story of the Real Bear Who Inspired Winnie-the-Pooh was published last month by Orchard Books, Hachette Children's Group
The book, titled Mokhreg Aala Al Tareeq (A Director on the Road), is published by Kotob Khan and includes a huge selection of articles Khan had published between 1990 and 2015 in an array of Arab newspapers
Daoud who won the Medal on Saturday, will discuss the novel that won him the Prize on Tuesday, 15 Dec at Merit Publishing house in Cairo downtown
Translated by Lamees Al-Naqqash, Leila Dous's autobiography is not simply a precise retelling of a well-lived life, but is a history of modern Egypt
A rigorous, timely examination of the reproduction of sectarianism and the forms of resistance to sectarian disciplinary power and how, in turn, the sectarian system responds to them
The sentences follow a pattern of arrests and convictions targeting activists, journalists and artists that has served as a grim backdrop to President Hassan Rouhani's efforts to soften the country's image
More than a mere curio, Prince Omar Toussoun's book on the Egyptian-Sudanese battalion that fought in the Franco-Mexican War is a treasure detailing a remarkable moment in Egypt's history

850 publishers from 34 countries will participate in the 47th Edition of the Cairo International Book Fair

In a talk at Cairo's French Institute, Robert Solé discussed his new novel, conspiracy theories in Egypt, and the problems surrounding integration of migrants in Europe

This year's Cairo International Book Fair will be held between 27 January and 10 February, and has named the late author and journalist Gamal El-Ghitani person of year

Egyptian writers Mansi Qandi, Mohamed Rabei and Ibrahim Farghali were long listed for the Arabic Booker in 2016 making it – equal with Palestinian authors- the highest number of writers longlisted from a single country

The writer will participate in two public events in Cairo next week, including the Egyptian launch of his new book

With the help of renowned critics Gaber Asfour and Sayed Mahmoud, Ahram Online gives its picks for the best Arabic language books of 2015

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