|Series||Arabic thought and culture|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Naguib Mahfouz, also spelled Najīb Maḥfūẓ, (born Decem , Cairo, Egypt—died Aug , Cairo), Egyptian novelist and screenplay writer, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in , the first Arabic writer to be so honoured.. Mahfouz was the son of a civil servant and grew up in Cairo’s Al-Jamāliyyah district. He attended the Egyptian University (now Cairo. Naguib Mahfouz (Arabic author profile: نجيب محفوظ) was an Egyptian writer who won the Nobel Prize for Literature. He published over 50 novels, over short stories, dozens of movie scripts, and five plays over a year career. Many of his works have been made /5. Widely acclaimed as Naguib Mahfouz's best novel, Midaq Alley brings to life one of the hustling, teeming back alleys of Cairo in the s. From Zaita the cripple-maker to Kirsha the hedonistic cafe owner, from Abbas the barber who mistakes greed for love to Hamida who sells her soul to escape the alley, from waiters and widows to politicians, pimps, and poets, the inhabitants of Midaq Alley /5(61). From Naguib Mahfouz's Palace Walk to Hisham Matar's In the Country of Men, we've put together a list of eight present perfect titles from around the world. Published: 20 Dec
Naguib Mahfouz -- the complete book list. Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards. Mahfouz began writing novels again and soon completed his most controversial one, The Children of Gebelawi. The novel was released in Egypt's newspaper, Al Ahram, and its religious overtones brought the ire of Islamic conservatives. The novel was never released in book form in Egypt. Naguib Mahfouz Biographical B orn in Cairo in , Naguib Mahfouz began writing when he was seventeen. His first novel was published in and ten more were written before the Egyptian Revolution of July , when he stopped writing for several years. The Beggar, The Thief and the Dogs, Autumn Quail. Naguib Mahfouz $ - $
Naguib Mahfouz is considered one of the foremost writers in modern Arabic literature. Born in the al-Jamaliyya district of Cairo, Egypt, on Decem , he was the youngest of seven children and lived there until the age of six (or twelve, depending on biographer). Journey of Ibn Fattouma, The by Mahfouz, Naguib and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at "Naguib Mahfouz virtually invented the novel as an Arab form. He excels at fusing deep emotion and soap opera." —The New York Times Book Review "Mahfouz's work is freshly nuanced and hauntingly lyrical. The Nobel Prize acknowledges the universal significance of his fiction." —Los Angeles Times Book Review. From the PublisherBrand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. From the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature and author of the Cairo Trilogy, comes Akhenaten, a fascinating work of fiction about the most infamous pharaoh of ancient Egypt. In this beguiling novel, originally published in Arabic in , Mahfouz tells with extraordinary insight the story of the "heretic pharaoh," or "sun king,"--the first known monotheistic .