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The death of former Egyptian Minister of Culture Gaber Asfour

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Today, Friday, the former Egyptian Minister of Culture, Dr. Gaber Asfour, died, after a trip with illness, at the age of 77, according to what was reported by Egyptian media sources such as Pyramids Etc..

Asfour was born in Mahalla al-Kubra on March 25, 1944. He is a writer, thinker, researcher, and academic, and head of the National Council for Translation, and was Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Culture in Egypt.

The late has many critical literature and studies, and among his books are: “The Artistic Image in the Critical and Rhetorical Heritage, the Concept of Poetry, a Study in the Critical Heritage, the Time of the Novel, The Lights of the Mind” and other publications, according to Al-Ahram newspaper.

Asfour obtained a BA from the Department of Arabic Language in the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, with an excellent grade with honors (June 1965), a master’s degree from the Department of Arabic Language at the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, with an excellent grade (July 1969), and a PhD from the Department of Arabic Language. Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, with first honors (1973), according to Masrawy.

Source : Egyptian pyramids + Egyptian press + Sanad Agency



Reference-www.aljazeera.net

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