Anis Mansour was an Egyptian author who got a BA in reasoning in 1947 when he began his profession as a columnist, working for the daily paper Al-Asas.
He came to work with different productions, for example, Rose al-Yousef and Al-Ahram, ascending in stature to end up manager in of the magazines Akher Sa’a and October in 1976. Mansour composed more than 170 books, interpretations of which incorporate French, Dutch and Russian. He additionally filled in as an interpreter and deciphered around 200 short stories and more than twenty plays into Arabic. His most renowned title is Around the World in 200 Days which reported his movement encounters in the mid 1960s