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Events planned to mark death of Naguib Mahfouz
A series of events have been planned to mark the 6th anniversary of the death of Egypt's Nobel Prize-winning novelist, Naguib Mahfouz
Published in Ahram Online on 04 - 09 - 2012

The Ministry of Culture will be holding a series of events during September to commemorate the 6th anniversary of thedeath of Naguib Mahfouz, Egypt's Nobel Prize-winning novelist.
The events will be held at a number of venues throughout the country and will all begin at 7pm. Admission is free.
Wednesday, 5 Sept, 7:00pm
Discussion: Studies on Naguib Mahfouz literature.
Place: General Egyptian Book Organisation, Nile Corniche.
Thursday, 6 Sept, 7:00pm
Book Signing:Naguib Mahfouz and his literature in Italy.
Place: General Egyptian Book Organisation, Nile Corniche.
Sunday, 9 Sept, 7:00pm
Seminar: Naguib Mahfouz World, featuring Bahaa Taher, Gaber Asfour and Gamal El-Ghitany.
Place: Supreme Council for Culture, Opera Grounds, Zamalek,
Monday, 10 Sept, 7:00pm
Mahfouz narration between novel and short stories.
Place: Sohag Culture Palace.
Tuesday, 11 Sept, 7:00pm
Seminar: Naguib Mahfouz Mirrors,featuring Hassan Hanafi.
Place: Supreme Council for Culture, Opera Grounds.
Wednesday, 12 Sept, 7:00pm
Seminar: Change of Narration.
Place: Alexandria Culture Palace.
Thursday, 13 Sept, 7:00pm
Seminar: Mahfouz characters between reality and the rich vision.
Place: Ismailia Culture.
Friday, 14 Sept, 7:00pm
Seminar: History of the dictator authority in Mahfouz's works.
Place: Mansoura Culture Palace.
Monday, 17 Sept, 7:00pm
Seminar: Local reality on Mahfouz Novels.
Place: Giza Culture Palace.
Tuesday, 18 Sept, 7:00pm
Seminar: Naguib Mahfouz Pharaohs.
Place: Luxor Culture Palace.


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