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Gresh will discuss the memoirs of his mentor Éric Rouleau in an event at the American University in Cairo on 16 October

This is the seventh novel by the Cairo judge

The Turkish writer gained huge popularity among the Arab readers after her hit novel The Forty Rules of Love was translated into Arabic

Al-Mawt Amal Shaq (Death Is Hard Work), published originally by Dar Al-Ain in Cairo in 2016


The shortlist of six books will be announced on Tuesday 3 September at a morning press conference. The shortlisted authors each receive £2,500 and a specially bound edition of their book

The museum was inaugurated on Sunday, 13 years after the death of Mahfouz

El-Sheety's second novel comes after a long hiatus that lasted almost 30 years after his first novel Pisonous Roses for Sakr

The memoirs will tackle many issues including his term as an ambassador in Washington that saw the 9/11 events and the Egyptian revolution in 2011, starting from the war of 1967 until 2017.


Imam's work on Hegel is seminal resource for the Arabic reader looking to understand the German philosopher, added to over 70 books introducing philosophers in a simple, illustrated way

Tawfik was one of the first Egyptian writers to specialise in horror, science fiction and fantasy

Omani Writer Jokha Alharthi wins the 2019 Man Booker International Prize

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Book Club aims to educate young readers on the SDGs with a reading list of relevant books in different languages

The Chair of Judges said the novel is a highly accomplished novel that stands out for its condensed economy of language, narrative structure, and capacity to convey the inner workings of human beings

Bashir is best known for his translation of Henry Laurens multi-volumed book The Question of Palestine and Timothy Mitchell's seminal book Colonising Egypt

Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp suffered outages today that lasted for a few hours

The annual history seminar of the Department of Arab and Islamic Civilisations of the American University in Cairo will focus on the centenary of the 1919 Revolution

This edited collection contains essays on the textiles industry, communications, engineering, and the financial sector, among other aspects, examining the politics involved in the formulation of economic policy

Omani writer Jokha Alharthi and Palestinian Mazen Maarouf are in the running for the prestigious literature award

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