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Novelist/political Writer and Dreaming Rebel (1919 1990 )
- Born on January 1, 1919.
- In his childhood, Ihsans sole
pleasure was reading. His father, who was keen on providing his son with the best
education, encouraged him to do so.
- Graduated from the Faculty of Law in
- Joined the law office of a famous
lawyer; Edward Qussairi as a trainee lawyer, while working as a journalist for Rose
- Literature and journalism, for Ihsan,
have been indispensable necessities of life. With them, he could attain self -
equilibrium, dream revolts and realize his aspirations.
- He resigned the legal profession and
dedicated himself to journalism and literature.
- In 1944, lhsan started writing film
scripts, followed by two collections of short stories: "love Maker" and
"Love Seller", featuring memories of a young man on a visit to Europe. With
"The Black Glasses" in 1949, he was inclined to the sentimental novel. His novel
"I'm Free" in 1952, came, however, rather as a press feature than a novel.
- He died on the same month of his
birth, January 11, 1990.
Ihsan was a prolific writer. Beside
his intensive contributions to the press, he wrote the following:
- 49 novels were converted into film
- 5 novels were dramatized.
- 9 novels were converted into radio
- 10 novels were converted into TV
- 56 books
Several novels were translated
into foreign languages as English, French, Ukrainian, Chinese, and German.
- Order of Merit of the First Class, by
Late President Gamal Abdel Nasser.
- Order of the Republic of the First
Class, by President Muhammad Hosni Mubarak in 1990 (posthumously).
- First Prize for his novel " My
Blood, Tears and Smile ", in 1973.
- Best Film story prize for his novel
" The Bullet is still in my pocket ", in 1975.
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