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Mahfouz, Naguib

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMahfouz, NaguibNaguib MahfouzMah‧fouz, Na‧guib /mɑːˈfuːz, nɑːˈɡiːb/  (1911–2006) an Egyptian writer of novels and short stories who in 1988 became the first Arabic writer to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. His works include The Cairo Trilogy(1956–1957) and Children of Gebelawi (1981).
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