Morocco, 1900-1960


This book questions the particular place of Morocco in the French imagination, "the exotic and yet very close country", searches for traces of the occupation and the French presence and weaves the links between the two countries, through the prism of the memory and memories of each of the two authors. Frédéric Mitterrand spent years there as a child and still travels there, and Abdellah Taïa, born in 1973, almost twenty years after independence, grew up and lived there.

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