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Rachid O. (born 1970) is a Moroccan writer.
He was born in Rabat; after studying in Morocco, he went to live in France. He writes mainly about the equilibrium between the Muslim world and homosexuality. His work Chocolat chaud, is autofiction about a Moroccan man exploring his sexual identity in France.
- 1995 : L'enfant ébloui, Gallimard
- 1996 : Plusieurs vies, Gallimard
- 1998 : Chocolat chaud, Gallimard
- 2003 : Ce qui reste, Gallimard
- 2013 : Analphabètes, Gallimard
- Provencher, Denis M. (2007), Queer French: Globalization, Language, and Sexual Citizenship in France, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., p. 195, ISBN 0-7546-4795-1
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