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Naguib Mahfouz: Egypt’s iconic novelist remembered 15 years after his passing

Naguib Mahfouz is often described as the Arab world’s most prominent novelist.

Fifteen years after his passing, we take a look at the life of Egypt’s iconic writer who became the first Arab to win a Nobel Prize in literature.
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