Contributing a lifetime toward enriching the Arab literary movement.
Najwa Kawar Farah (نجوى قعوار فرح) is a Palestinian woman born in 1923. She has contributed throughout the years toward enriching the Arab literary movement. She wrote numerous collections of short stories, plays, prose, and poetry. She was a public speaker and contributed to many Arab radio stations and to the BBC's Arabic service. Some of her later work was published in English, "A Continent Called Palestine," and a short story in Arabic under the headline "The Residents of the Top Floor." The inspiration for these entertaining popular stories came from people Najwa met in Palestine in the 1940s. Najwa Kawar Farah died in August 2015.