Mouloud Feraoun

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Mouloud Feraoun

Mouloud Feraoun (8 March 1913–15 March 1962) was an Algerian writer and martyr of the Algerian revolution born in Tizi Hibel, Kabylie. Some of his books, written in French, have been translated into several languages including English and German. He was assassinated by the French OAS on 15 March 1962.

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  • Le Fils du pauvre (The Poor Man's Son) - 1950
  • La terre et le sang (Earth and Blood) - 1953
  • Jours de Kabylie (Days of Kabylie) - 1954
  • Les Isefra de Si Mhand Oumhand, 1960
  • Les Chemins qui montent (The Paths that Rise) - 1957
  • Journal, 1955 - 1962
  • Lettres à ses amis, 1969
  • L'Anniversaire, 1972
  • La Cite des Roses, 2008

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