About Author


Ahmed Zaki Abu Shadi: Egyptian poet and physician, one of the flags of the Diaspora poetry school, and a pioneer of the renewal movement in modern Arabic poetry, and to whom the founding of the “Abu Ar`aru and al-Sha`tiyyah school is attributed to him. He left the literary field a huge literary legacy, and a large number of collections were issued to him, including: “The Twilight Weeping”, “The Shadows of Shadows” and “Above the Sains.” He has authored theatrical representations, including: “The Play of the Gods,” “Akhenaten,” and “Pharaoh of Egypt.” He passed away in Washington in 1955.