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List of Moroccan writers

This is a list of writers from Morocco.

Twentieth century

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Nineteenth century

Eighteenth century

Seventeenth century

Sixteenth century

Fifteenth century

Fourteenth century

Thirteenth century

Twelfth century

Eleventh century

Tenth century

Ninth century

List of Moorish writers

Writers from Andalusia, in the period 750-1496, writing in Arabic are generally referred to as Moorish writers. For a part (1085-1238) of that Moorish period, Andalusia and Morocco formed one state. After that (1238-1492) the Merinid dynasty of Morocco kept close ties with the Kingdom of Granada.

See also

Bibliography

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External links

  • Literatura Marroqui Contemporanea (lexicon of author-biographies in Spanish)
  • , ed Abiola Irele and Simon Gikandi, 2 vls, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004The Cambridge History of African and Caribbean LiteratureIndex of
  • MoroccoPoetry International Web,
  • University, MoroccoBirth and Development of the Moroccan Short StoryAbdellatif Akbib, Abdelmalek Essaadi,
  • , 2005 (Survey)Women writers of Morocco writing in FrenchSuellen Diaconoff, Professor of French, Colby College:
  • , Some Key Figures of Moroccan, Algerian and Tunisian literatureMaghreb Arts
  • Bibliography of sources on Moroccan literature in all languages
  • , P. Martsnez Montávez, "Marruecos (magrib Al-agsá) VI. Lengua y Literatura."Enciclopedia GERIn Spanish:
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