- SZBA unveils 2016 short list in 'Development of Nations', 'Translation'
- 'Sémaphores, Carnet II' by late novelist Gamal El-Ghitani, translated from Arabic into French by Emmanuel Varlet from France, published by Èditions Du Seuil, Paris 2014. The story is a biographical account of Gamal El-Ghitani's life and experiences.
- Gamal al-Ghitani, Egyptian Novelist With a Political Bent, Dies at 70
- In 2006, when Egypt's leading Islamic jurist declared that exhibiting statues at home was forbidden, Mr. Ghitani declared, “It's time for those placing impediments between Islam and innovation to get out of our lives.
- Egyptian writer Gamal al-Ghitani dies aged 70
- He had been in a coma in hospital for two months after being admitted with respiratory problems. Trained as a carpet designer, Ghitani took up journalism in his 20s and went on to write historical fiction.
- Passaggi: “Sorveglianza” di Gamal al-Ghitani
- Un uomo sa di essere osservato, ma a sua volta, giorno dopo giorno è diventato osservatore, tanto da non riuscire più a distinguere tra i due ruoli.
- Zayed Award features book translated after 90 years
- The story is a biographical account of Gamal El-Ghitani's life and experiences. The word semaphores in French refers to light railway signals, which the author deploys in describing his journeys.
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