Taha Hussein is said to be a standout amongst the most persuasive twentieth century Egyptian essayists and scholarly people, being granted the moniker: ‘Senior member of Arabic Literature’ Hussein was esteemed a nonentity for the Arab Renaissance in writing,
and contributed colossally to the pioneer development in the Arab World. Hussein contemplated in the school of Arts — concentrating on Religion and Arabic writing at Al-Azhar University. He experienced the greater part of his existence without his sight, the shocking aftereffect of a methodology performed by an incompetent professional. Regardless of this, Hussein kept up his aspirations as an essayist, creating works, for example, Wednesday Talk, A Man of Letters and The Call of the Curlew.