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Arts & Culture - Visual Art
3/2/2024 1:04:29 PM
Starting Wednesday, the Czech embassy in Cairo, will host an exhibition dedicated to famed novelist Franz Kafka (1883-1924), on its exterior walls

Al-Ahram Weekly - Lectures
2/27/2024 8:31:55 PM

Al-Ahram Weekly - Lectures
2/20/2024 8:36:13 PM

Books - News
2/18/2024 3:37:23 PM
Two Palestinian novels have secured spots among the finalists for the 17th International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) 2024, the foundation announced on Wednesday, 14 February, during a press conference held in Riyadh.

Books - News
2/11/2024 10:46:02 PM
During a panel discussion at the Plaza stand in the 55th edition of the Cairo International Book Fair, held from 26 January to 6 February, Professor Mona Zaki, a leading figure in Egyptian culture, PR expert, and former AUC professor, presented her new novel "Three Queens from Egypt " to an audience of literary enthusiasts.

Books - Reviews
2/11/2024 7:24:19 PM
In his third novel Brief History of Genesis and East of Cairo, Shady Lewis attempts to meld domestic violence within a Coptic family with the biblical story of Genesis and the history of Ain Shams district in east Cairo.

Books - Reviews
2/11/2024 6:16:28 PM
Warathit Aal Al-Shaikh (The Sheikhs' Inheritors) is not only a novel but also a family saga written by Ahmed Al-Qarmalawi, published by Al-Dar Al-Arabiya Lil-Kitab in 2020.

Books - News
2/11/2024 4:23:51 PM
In perhaps the first example of a novel written by an Arab political prisoner during his incarceration, current Hamas Chief Yahya Sinwar’s Thorn and Clove is a semi-autobiographical novel that tells the history of the Gaza Strip.

Books - Reviews
2/4/2024 12:26:46 AM
On the occasion of the 55th Cairo International Book Fair (CIBF), Ahram Online runs a sequel of interviews with authors whose books are making it to the stand this year. We talked with novelist Mohamed Abdel-Gawad.

Books - Reviews
1/27/2024 12:08:36 PM
On the occasion of the 55th Cairo International Book Fair (CIBF), Ahram Online (AO) runs a sequel of interviews with authors whose books are making it to the stand this year, among whom is Mina Adel Gayed.

Books - Reviews
1/19/2024 2:23:07 PM
Mona Khalil offers an original take on the feminist novel through her historical research, even if the story itself ends up falling flat.

Books - News
1/7/2024 2:58:45 PM
In her eighth novel – Sirat Al-Qaptia – Rehlat Al-Khorougue ila Al-Nahar (The Tale of the Coptic Woman – A Journey of Emerging to the Light) – author Sherine Hanaei tells the story of a Coptic saint that she believes can be enjoyed by all Egyptians, not just Coptic Egyptians.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
11/28/2023 10:13:27 PM
Doaa A. Moneim reports from Kigali on the results of Africa’s Business Heroes prize competition

Arts & Culture - Screens
10/27/2023 8:12:22 PM
"Leave the World Behind," an acclaimed novel about ordinary people struggling to cope as a slow and mysterious disaster shuts down the world, felt topical when it was published during the unfurling pandemic of 2020.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Lectures
10/10/2023 6:07:29 PM

Books - News
9/23/2023 9:28:47 PM
What does crossing the border between life and death and East and West have in common?

Books - Reviews
9/10/2023 3:50:40 PM
In her historical novel Cotissica, Ghada El-Absy depicts the story of the Greek adventurer and entrepreneur Theochari Kozzika (Egyptians pronounce the name in an Italian manner) and – in contrast – the life of a working-class Egyptian family.

Life & Style - Health
8/18/2023 6:36:30 PM
Public health experts worldwide are showing greater interest in a novel coronavirus sub-variant called EG.5, unofficially nicknamed “Eris,” now emerging as the dominant strain globally.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Lectures
8/1/2023 6:44:05 PM

Books - Reviews
7/24/2023 5:35:51 PM
Medhat Ghabrial discusses his debut novel, 'A Bar on Adly Street - An Egyptian Memoir,' which provides a bird's-eye view of the impact of the "July Revolution" on Egypt.

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