Ahmed Ibrahim al-Fagih (Arabic: أحمد إبراهيم الفقيه ’áħmad 'Ibrāhīm al-faqīh) (born December 28, 1942) is a Libyan novelist, playwright, essayist, journalist and diplomat. He began writing short stories at an early age publishing them in Libyan newspapers and magazines. He gained recognition in 1965 when his first collection of short stories There Is No Water in the Sea (Arabic: البحر لا ماء فيه) won him the highest award sponsored by the Royal Commission of Fine Arts in Libya. Fagih wrote more many books in of different genres, including, short stories, novels, plays, essays among them, Gazelles (play) Evening Visitor (play), Gardens of the Night Trilogy (novels),The Valley of Ashes (novel) and his 12 volume epic novel Maps of the Soul which had its first three volumes translated into Eng

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  • أحمد إبراهيم الفقيه (مواليد 28 ديسمبر 1942). كاتب وأستاذ جامعي ليبي في الأدب العربي الحديث، يقوم بالقاء المحاضرات في عدد من الجامعات الليبية والمصرية والمغربية وله ترجمات لعدد من الأعمال الأدبية إلى لغات متعددة. ولد أحمد إبراهيم الفقيه في 28 ديسمبر 1942 في بلدة مزده جنوبي طرابلس، ليبيا. غادرها إلى طرابلس حيث درس ليحصل لاحقا على درجة الدكتوراه في الأدب العربي الحديث من جامعة إدنبرة في اسكتلندا.بدأ ينشر مقالاته وقصصه القصيرة في الصحف الليبية بدأ من العام 1959، اتفوز مجموعته القصصية "البحر لا ماء فيه" بالمركز الأول في جوائز اللجنة العليا للآداب والفنون بليبيا كما تم إختيار روايته ثلاثية 'سأهبك مدينة أخرىء' كواحدة من ضمن أفضل مائة رواية عربية. .عمل في عدد من المؤسسات الصحفية كما عمل سفيرا لليبيا في أثينا وبوخارست.]] (ar)
  • Ahmed Ibrahim al-Fagih (Arabic: أحمد إبراهيم الفقيه ’áħmad 'Ibrāhīm al-faqīh) (born December 28, 1942) is a Libyan novelist, playwright, essayist, journalist and diplomat. He began writing short stories at an early age publishing them in Libyan newspapers and magazines. He gained recognition in 1965 when his first collection of short stories There Is No Water in the Sea (Arabic: البحر لا ماء فيه) won him the highest award sponsored by the Royal Commission of Fine Arts in Libya. Fagih wrote more many books in of different genres, including, short stories, novels, plays, essays among them, Gazelles (play) Evening Visitor (play), Gardens of the Night Trilogy (novels),The Valley of Ashes (novel) and his 12 volume epic novel Maps of the Soul which had its first three volumes translated into English and published by DARF Publishers in UK in 2014. Ahmed Fagih held several diplomatic posts representing Libya, in London, Athens, Bucharest and Cairo. Fagih lives and works between Cairo and Tripoli. (en)
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  • أحمد إبراهيم الفقيه (مواليد 28 ديسمبر 1942). كاتب وأستاذ جامعي ليبي في الأدب العربي الحديث، يقوم بالقاء المحاضرات في عدد من الجامعات الليبية والمصرية والمغربية وله ترجمات لعدد من الأعمال الأدبية إلى لغات متعددة. (ar)
  • Ahmed Ibrahim al-Fagih (Arabic: أحمد إبراهيم الفقيه ’áħmad 'Ibrāhīm al-faqīh) (born December 28, 1942) is a Libyan novelist, playwright, essayist, journalist and diplomat. He began writing short stories at an early age publishing them in Libyan newspapers and magazines. He gained recognition in 1965 when his first collection of short stories There Is No Water in the Sea (Arabic: البحر لا ماء فيه) won him the highest award sponsored by the Royal Commission of Fine Arts in Libya. Fagih wrote more many books in of different genres, including, short stories, novels, plays, essays among them, Gazelles (play) Evening Visitor (play), Gardens of the Night Trilogy (novels),The Valley of Ashes (novel) and his 12 volume epic novel Maps of the Soul which had its first three volumes translated into Eng (en)
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