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Denis M. Provencher

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781781383001

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781781383001.001.0001

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Sidi Jenih – Saint Genet: An Example of Queer Maghrebi French

Sidi Jenih – Saint Genet: An Example of Queer Maghrebi French

(p.1) Prologue Sidi Jenih – Saint Genet: An Example of Queer Maghrebi French
Queer Maghrebi French

Denis M. Provencher

Liverpool University Press

In Le Rouge du tarbouche (2004), a young male narrator-protagonist named Abdellah recounts a visit he and his mother pay to their cousin Malika in Larache, a historic town on Morocco’s Mediterranean coast. Malika’s husband had deserted both her and their five sons shortly after their move to Larache where she is happily pursuing a new life away from her former in-laws who “lui pourrissait l’existence au bled” [were ruining her life in the small town of the homeland] (45)....

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