Yahya Haqqi An Egyptian author and writer; destined to a white collar class family in Cairo, Haqqi prepared initially as a legal advisor at the Cairo School of Law. In the same way as other Egyptian scholars, he spent the dominant part of his life functioning as a government employee. This filled in as a supplement to a to some degree average scholarly wage. Haqqi in the long run prevailing with regards to getting to be counsel to the National Library of Egypt. Coming late to a scholarly vocation,
Haqqi was manager of the abstract magazine Al-Majalla from 1961 to 1971. He distributed various accumulations of short stories, one novel (Umm Hashem’s Lamp), and various articles. Titles include: The Mother of the Helpless, The Dawn of the Egyptian Novel and Antar and Juliet.