Amin Maalouf
(1949-) He is a Lebanese-born French author. He originally writes in French. His mother was Egyptian. When the Lebanese civil war started in 1975, he moved to Paris, which became his permanent home. He received the Prix Goncourt in 1993. His most famous piece of work is "Crusades Through Arab Eyes", a historical essay.
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