Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad An Egyptian essayist and individual

Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad An Egyptian essayist and individual from the Arab Academy; Al-Aqqad was conceived in Aswan, Upper Egypt, in 1889. He got minimal formal training, finishing just his rudimentary instruction. Regardless of this, he composed more than one hundred books about rationality,
Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad
religion, and verse. He later went ahead to set up a verse school with Ibrahim Al-Mazny and Abdel Rahman Shokry called Al-Diwan. Al-Aqqad’s most acclaimed titles incorporate al-‘Abkariat, Allah, and Sarah. Some of his works have been converted into English, making them more open to a Western group of onlookers of perusers.

Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad