Naguib Mahfouz: From Regional Fame to Global Recognition
Michael Beard, Adnan Haydar
Syracuse University Press, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
Naguib Mahfouz was a widely read, popular novelist in Egypt and throughout the Arabic-speaking world for many years before he received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1988. Since that time, his regional fame has become global recognition, with English-language rights for his works commanding high prices and numerous magazines featuring profiles of him and his career.
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