International Prize for Arabic Fiction


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International Prize for Arabic Fiction:

see Arabic literatureArabic literature,
literary works written in the Arabic language. The great body of Arabic literature includes works by Arabic speaking Turks, Persians, Syrians, Egyptians, Indians, Jews, and other Africans and Asians, as well as the Arabs themselves.
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The book was shortlisted for the International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) in 2014.
In 2013, his novel "Al-Qundus" was nominated to the shortlist of the International Prize for Arabic Fiction. In 2015, the French version of "Al-Qundus" won the Arab World Institute Award in Paris as the best Arabic novel translated into French for that year.
Published by Dar Al Adab, The Night Mail was declared the 2019 winner of the 12th International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) in a ceremony held in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday night.
Charafdine Majdouline, Chair of the 2019 judging panel, at the International Prize for Arabic Fiction award ceremony in Fairmont Bab Al Bahr, Abu Dhabi on 23rd April, 2019.
Just two weeks ago, Menassa's novel "I Killed My Mother in Order to Live" was included in the longlist for the 2019 International Prize for Arabic Fiction.
The author was shortlisted for the 2010 International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) for his novel "When Wolves Got Old," published widely in the Arab world.
The International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF), an annual literary prize for prose fiction in Arabic, announced on Tuesday that the winner of its 11th award is The Second War of the Dog by Ibrahim Nasrallah.
Ibrahim Nasrallah poses for a photo after winning the 2018 International Prize for Arabic Fiction in Abu Dhabi, yesterday.
Palestinian-Jordanian novelist Ibrahim Nasrallah won the International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) with a novel about humanity's capacity for savagery.
The International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) is the most prestigious and important literary prize in the Arab world.
The Arab world's most highly sought-after literary prize, the International Prize for Arabic Fiction (or "the Arab Booker"), has seen a sharp decline in submitted titles this year--but not, thankfully, due to a decrease in output in Arabic literature.

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