Fictional Testimonies or Testimonial Fictions: Moussa Ould Ebnou's Barzakh

  title={Fictional Testimonies or Testimonial Fictions: Moussa Ould Ebnou's Barzakh},
  author={Nasrin Qader},
  journal={Research in African Literatures},
  pages={14 - 31}
  • N. Qader
  • Published 1 August 2002
  • Art
  • Research in African Literatures
innovative writers in African literature today, as well as among the most neglected by critics. He is the author of two novels in double version, French and Arabic. The first is L'amour impossibk (1990) /AlHub al Mustahil (1999) and the second Barzakh (1993) /Madinat alRiyah (1996), in which he weaves masterfully together science fiction and mysticism, his? tory and myth, truth and fiction, philosophy and literature. The concern of this paper is to examine the complexities and implications of… 
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