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Book Cover – Personal Development 3

Posted by Mourad Diouri on January 13, 2008

كيف تكسب الاصدقاء وتؤثر في الناسمن كتاب ديل كارنيجي


  • What is the title of the book?
  • This is quite a famous book and it is one of the first best-selling self-help books.
  • Written by Dale Carnegie and first published in 1937, it has sold more than 15 million copies.
  • It has been translated to the main languages of the world, including Arabic.
  • I have read it myself both in English and Arabic and would recommend it to everyone.



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6 Responses to “Book Cover – Personal Development 3”

  1. EdwardP said

    Heh – like the (liscensed?) use of a certain TV show on the second cover.

    Of course, it’s How to Win Friends and Influence People. Is the full title used in Arabic? I can only make out the first part – the rest is either too small or too grainy.

  2. shabana said

    how to win friends is as far as i got!I looked up تؤثر and it means to ‘perceive’ apparently, probably also means to influence, that would make sense.

    View the answer (link to the Original book ) just below the image. Mourad

  3. shabana said

    oh and ed – the title is printed underneath the image

  4. Andrew S said

    I liked the عاليه خمسة

    What do you mean Andrew ?
    do you mean the five actors in the series “friends” ?

  5. Andrew S said

    No, I think there were six main actors in Friends.
    I meant the ‘high five’ between the two characters.

  6. CyborianDood2012X said

    I have not read this book in English or Arabic, but have briefly browsed the Wikipedia article. I have not yet made any friends. I would give this book 4/10.

    Thanks Edward for your comment – I am sure you would give it more than 4/10 once you read the book – It’s a classic Self-help book! – Mourad

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