Ihsan Abdel Quddous (1919 – 1990) An Egyptian essayist

Ihsan Abdel Quddous (1919 – 1990) An Egyptian essayist, columnist, and writer, Abdel Quddous additionally filled in as an editorial manager for Al Akhbar and Al-Ahram daily papers. A significant number of his books have been adjusted into films, streaming especially into standard Egyptian media and culture. The offspring of an Egyptian theater and film on-screen character, Mohamed Abdel Quddous, Abdul Quddous was urged to seek after a vocation in law, as opposed to emulating his dad’s example.

Ihsan Abdel Quddous

Seek after a profession in law he did, however in 1944, he began composing film contents, short stories, and books, and in this way left his law vocation to center around his writing. Ihsan Abdel Quddous got his first honor for composing the novel My Blood, My Tears, My Smile in 1973. He got a Best Screenplay grant for his novel The Bullet is Still in my Pocket two years after the fact. Adding to his scholarly eminence, Former Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser granted Adel Quddous with an Order of Merit of the First Class.
Ihsan Abdel Quddous