Thursday, 8 December 2016

Mirrors and reflexions: Miraya Amazighiya by Nadjet Dahmoune




Nadjet Dahmoune's short story collection published by ANEP editions is a wonderful read. These are all stories about Berber women, told by Berber women. Told as if both readers and narrators were sharing a late night tea by the fire, these women revisit their past, its beauty and many cruelties.

One to watch particularly because it has finally inserted the Berber language into an Arabic text.

My review on TSA in French here: Miroirs et réflexions : « Miraya Amazighiya » de Nadjet Dahmoune



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