Driss El Khouri
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|Criticism and awards|
Driss El Khouri is one of the most acclaimed Moroccan novelists. His books convey strongly the feel of everyday Moroccan life in coffee shops and other urban settings and show a firm commitment to representing the voices of marginalized members of society.
The poetry festival in Rabat in 2004 was held in honour of El Khouri.
- Al-Bidayat (Beginnings) (1980),
- Al-’ayyam wa Allayali (Days and Nights) (1982)
- Madinat Atturab (City of Dirt) (1988).
- Hommage to Driss el Khouri at the festival in Rabat (2004)
- Hommage to Driss el Khouri by the Institut du monde Arabe in Paris
- Le Monde, 02.10.2003: Driss El Khoury fait bonne figure en Italie (Festival de la littérature méditerraéenne)
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