Editorial Reviews. Language Notes. Text: French L’interdite (Littérature Française) (French Edition) by [Mokeddem, Malika Malika Mokeddem (Author) . Malika Mokeddem (Kenadsa, Algeria; October 5, ) is an Algerian writer. Malika Mokkeddem Biography on ; L’interdite de Malika. In Malika Mokeddem’s L’interdite (), a novel about exile and return, a child named Dalila leverages her ‘becoming’ in order to create, manipulate, and.
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Algeria — History — — Fiction.
Algeria — Social life and customs — Fiction. Summary The Forbidden Woman tells the story of Sultana, an Algerian woman doctor who, after years spent living in France, returns to her native village in order to attend the funeral of a former lover.
The clash between her origins and the Westernized life she now leads is mokedddem in telling detail against the backdrop of current events in Algeria. A work that combines insight into both political and personal matters, The Forbidden Woman develops a complex portrait of a country torn between progress and prejudice, secular life and Islamic fundamentalism.
In this passionate book, Malika Mokeddem places special emphasis on the position of women in modern Algeria. The frequent indignities and injustices suffered by the narrator reflect the plight of women in a society marked by patriarchalism and religious fundamentalism.
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Yet the novel also suggests that, along with modernization, there are emerging demands for women’s rights in Algeria – demands that might well signal a vastly different future for this tormented nation. Notes Includes bibliographical references. View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Related resource Contributor biographical information at http: Set up My libraries How do I set up “My libraries”? These 3 locations in All: Book English Interdtie 0 more libraries These 2 locations in New South Wales: This single location in South Australia: None intdrdite your libraries hold this item.
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