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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Leila marked it as to-read Jun 28, Mohammed Khair-Eddine, the “Moroccan Rimbaud”. Samira Laghzaoui marked it as to-read Dec 07, Jun 21, Nezha rated it really liked it.
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In-between times he not only reminisces about his eventful life in the big cities of the North, but also tells of the American landing in near Casablanca and the bloody battle for Moroccan independence.