Learning of French writers such as Jean Genet is important in that he is able to encounter literary characters that freely assume their queer sexuality. For me, literature and real life are forever fused; one cannot exist without the other. Need an account? However, talking about it remains intolerable.
He was born in in Rabat and was educated in Marrakech.
Code du travail annoté, Édition limitée Running is the only way he can stand up to the violence that is his Morocco. Code de commerce annoté. Abdellah is however convinced that his cousin has not told him the entire story of this enigmatic figure that is Genet and that for him to know it, he had to improve his French and then read the complete story of Jean Genet.
About Abdellah Taïa. Gibson Ncube Stellenbosch University, South Africa Abstract Since the attainment of independence by Maghrebian nations Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia , there has been animated discussion of the use of either Arabic or French as the language of expression.