Lit Year in Review

May 2013
Bookmarks (15460657);May/Jun2013, Issue 64, p64
The article focuses on Naguib Mahfouz and Alfred Uhry winners of the Nobel Prize in Literature and the Pulitzer Prize in 1988 respectively.


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