Mohamed Ghozzi

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Mohamed Ghozzi

Mohamed Ghozzi (ar) (born 24 February 1949, Kairouan) is a Tunisian poet and critic, known for his poems with rich allusions for Sufism and childhood.

He has also written many tales and several plays.[1]

Publications[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • The Book of The Water, The book of The , Tunis, 1982
  • He Has so Much Given, I Have Little Taken, Tunis, 1991 (Abou el Kacem Chebbi Award in Tunis)
  • The Little I had Taken is Considerable, Tunis, 1999
  • There is an Other Light, Beyrouth, 2007
  • Night Poems, Tunis, 2007

Plays[edit]

  • Ibnou Rochd (Averroès) (First Award at Theater Festival in Charjah)
  • The Station
  • Cicada, Teach me to Sing
  • The Clown

Children tales[edit]

  • The Sad Melody Of The Flute (First Award Fatma bint Hazaa in Abu Dhabi)
  • Sea Tale
  • Shepherd's Star
  • The Little Fish
  • Letter To Winter
  • The Clouds and The Autumn
  • Spring's Rose
  • A Star Story
  • The Present

References[edit]

  1. ^ Abdul Kader El-Janabi and Bernard Noël, Anthropology of the modern arab poem, éd. Maisonneuve & Larose, Paris, 1999, p. 142