Mohammed Khair-Eddine was amongst the most famous Moroccan literary figures of the 20th century. Born in in Tafraoute, as a young writer he joined t. Agadir has 16 ratings and 1 review. Nezha said: un écrit qui respire la liberté et véhicule l esprit rebelle. tous les mots dégagent le fort caractère de. Mohammed Khair-Eddine () is considered one of the most compelling Moroccan writers of the twentieth century. Born and raised in the southern.

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Leave this field blank. Wintry weather and diplomacy cool down Gaza border protests. But he was nonetheless able through his mohammdd novels to bring us a great deal closer to this subtle web woven of reality and dreams, of memories and myths, the world of the South Moroccan Amazighs — which in Berber means “free people.


With this book, which is rife with autobiographical reminiscences, Khair-Eddine returns to the world of the Anti-Atlas mountains, which he left as a youth to follow his star to Agadir, Casablanca and then into French exile — apparently in the end even fleeing mohakmed himself.

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Initiatives such as “Small Projects Istanbul” help them in their search for housing, health care and school education. But nevertheless, his quiet, almost lyrical storytelling gives way gradually to angry disappointment at the backwardness and ignorance of the Maghreb masses, for whom magic and religion are all that count: Saadia Dini added it Aug 29, To ask other readers questions about Agadirplease sign up.

His love for his Berber homeland, central to all of his work, is once again given strong expression here. If you prefer to suggest your own revision of the article, you can go to edit mode requires login. Charlotte Seegers rated it liked it Feb 24, Jun 21, Nezha rated it really liked it.


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