Al-ʿAqqād, Maḥmūd ʿAbbās

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"Al-Umm... aw al-tārikh al-ḥayy [The Mother... or the Living History] in Al-Risālah: majallah usbūʿiyyah li-l-ādāb waʾl-ʿulūm waʾl-funūn [Arrissalah (The Message). Revue hebdomadaire littéraire scientifique et artistique] [Cairo], Vol. 8: No. 290 [23 January 1939], pp. 145-146

Published by al-Dār al-Qawmiyyah li-l-Ṭibāʿah waʾl-Nashr [National Publication & Printing House], al-Qāhirah [Cairo]

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This is a meditation about the tragic life of Marie Antoinette. The renowned Egyptian man of letters Maḥmūd ʿAbbās al-ʿAqqād (1889-1964) quotes as Marie Antoinette's biographer "Stefan Zweig, the greatest contemporary writer of biographies"

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