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Nissaboury (born in Casablanca in 1943) was one of the co-founders of the magazine Anfas/Souffles ("Breaths"), an avant-garde bilingual quarterly that published essays, poetry, and fiction. (The magazine was banned in 1971.) Together with Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine, Mostafa Nissaboury wrote the manifest "Poésie Toute" in 1964, another important milestone in the history of Moroccan literature. He was fascinated by the workings of the human memory. In Casablanca he opened a house solely devoted to poetry. His works contributed much to the renewal of Moroccan poetry.
La Mille et Deuxième nuit (1975) (orig. published in Casablanca in 1965)