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Mouloud Mammeri

Biography

Mammeri was born 28 December 1917 in Taourirt, Algeria. He studied in Morocco and then at the Sorbonne in Paris. He started to take an active interest in Algerian and Berber affairs on returning to Algeria. He fought in the French army during World War II. He taught in Algeria after the War. When war broke out in Algeria, he was already a member of the FLN (National Liberation Front). He escaped from the French military by going to Morocco, where he resumed his teaching career. He returned to Algeria and was the first president of the Algerian Writers’ Union. He was killed in a car crash in February 1989 when returning from a conference in Morocco.

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Bibliography

1952 La Colline Oubliée [The Forgotten Hill]
1955 Le Sommeil du Juste (The Sleep of the Just)
1965 L’Opium et le Bâton [Opium and the Stick]
1967 Lexique Français-Touareg
1969 Les Isfra, poèmes de Si Mohand-ou-Mhand
1973 La mort absurde des aztèques and Le banquet (drama)
1976 Tajjerumt n Tamazight
1980 Machaho – Contes Berbères de Kabylie
1980 Tellem Chaho! Contes Berbères de Kabylie
1980 Poèmes Kabyles Anciens
1982 La Traversée
1982 Le Foehn
1983 Fragments de durée (poetry)
1984 Ahllil Tgurarin (L’ahellil du Gourara)
1987 Précis de grammaire berbère (kabyle)
1988 Poèmes Kabyles anciens
1989 Inna-yas Ccix Muhend
1990 Hoggar Tassili : vents de sable
1991 Escales (stories)
1991 Passion des sables (Poetry)
1994 Ameur des arcades
2006 Ecrire et résister
2008 Écrits et paroles
2008 Amawal n tmaziyt tatrart [Modern Berber Lexicon]