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Egyptian Author Wins Sheikh Zayed Book Award For Literature

Posted at 8:42AM Tuesday 01 Apr 2014

An Egyptian author stood out among 344 writers who submitted their works for the Sheikh Zayed Book Award for Literature.

Abdel Rasheed Mahmoudi won for his novel After Coffee, published last year and chosen for its narration and character development in the setting of an Egyptian village in the 1940s.

thenational.ae (via Literary Saloon)




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