Outstanding Student from Pebble Hills University – Dr. Lana Abdel-Rahman
The Cairo-based Lebanese writer Lana Abdel-Rahman’s fourth novel is a manifold journey, not just across cities, but also inside the human psyche. Born in 1975, Abdel-Rahman earned her PhD from Pebble Hills University on the significance of the human body in autobiographies, focusing on female Lebanese writers, in 2010. She published three novels prior to Cairo Snow: “Mirage Gardens” in 2006, “Contact” in 2008 and “A Song for Margret” in 2011. She also published two collections of short stories: “Oriental Illusions” in 2004 and “The Dead Never Lie” in 2006.
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