Malek Haddad

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Malek Haddad

Malek Haddad (born in Constantine, Algeria on 5 July 1927; died in Algiers on 2 June 1978) was an Algerian poet and writer in the French language.[1]

Partial bibliography[edit]

  • Le Malheur en danger (poems), La Nef de Paris, 1956; Bouchène, 1988 (with an illustration by M'hamed Issiakhem).
  • La Dernière impression (novel), Julliard, 1958
  • Je t’offrirai une gazelle (novel), Julliard, 1959; re-edition 10/18
  • L’Élève et la leçon (novel), Julliard, 1960; re-edition 10/18
  • Le Quai aux Fleurs ne répond plus (novel), Julliard 1961; re-edition 10/18
  • Les Zéros tournent en rond (essay), Maspero, 1961
  • Écoute et je t’appelle (poems), Maspero 1961

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