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Books - Arab
4/28/2013 1:12:22 PM
The author of Contemporary Arabic Thought wrote her book in order to bring to the Arab youth, often more aware of Western civilisation than their own, the intellectual efforts of decades in Arabic thinking

Books -
12/31/2012 12:01:01 PM
The new series will present Arabic literary heritage to readers in new editions, including the first modern Arabic novel

Books -
5/1/2012 2:56:44 PM
Due to the role he played in translating Arabic literature, Johnson-Davis was among the few asked about Naguib Mahfouz before he was awarded the Nobel prize in 1988

Books -
4/30/2012 4:15:33 PM
Denis Johnson-Davis played a vital role in introducing modern Arabic literature to the English reader, even before Mahfouz received the Nobel prize

Books - Review
4/10/2012 3:10:34 PM
Jabbour Douaihy's Arab Booker shortlisted-novel takes a new look at Lebanese identity through the prism of a love story

Books -
4/3/2012 2:11:56 PM
The renowned author, Ashour, explores the possible attempts to modernise Arabic literature during the 19th century, rediscovering the hitherto lost first modern Arabic novel

Books -
2/22/2012 3:43:58 PM
First-of-its-kind book tackles the evolution and role of the traditional detective story in Arabic-language literature

Books -
2/5/2012 5:34:57 PM
Bahaa Taher and Salah Fadl celebrate their friend and special contributor to Arabic literature, the late Khairy Shalaby

Books -
1/11/2012 12:22:45 PM
Shortlist for international prize for Arabic literature includes two Egyptians, two Lebanese, one Tunisian and one Algerian author

Books -
10/31/2011 11:20:12 AM
Essays on the greats of Arabic literature by Ismail Mazhar

Arts & Culture -
10/5/2011 11:05:07 AM
A Lebanese author, an Egyptian filmmaker and a British translator of Arabic literature discuss their intimate relationship with Palestine across their respective mediums

Books - Review
12/11/2010 11:38:14 AM
The announcement of the shortlist for the 2011 Arabic Booker prize was received with a warm welcome despite missing some prominent names

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