Une vie de boy (b); Jean-Marie Adiaffi's La carte d'identité ; Abdelhak Serhane's Messaouda ; and Mohamed Choukri's Le pain nu . Abdelhak Serhane, Messaouda (Paris: Seuil, ), One finds a similar testimony in Tahr Ben Jelloun, Harrouda (Paris: Denoël, ), Seeing a sex. Messaouda: translated from the French by Mark Thompson. Serhane, Abdelhak. New York: Carcanet, p., glossary, very good first US edition in dj.
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