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Tennessee Williams In Tangier

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Hardcover, 85 pages
Published by Cadmus Editions
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Jun 06, 2007 Bob rated it liked it
I had not heard of the Moroccan writer Mohamed Choukri - this is a brief (80 page) book, more or less made up of diary entries describing his social encounters with Tennessee Williams while the latter was visiting Tangiers for a few weeks in 1973. Both Williams himself and the whole gay American/European writer in Morocco experience were a little past their respective heydays at that point, but it's a concise and interesting insight into an almost totally random slice of 20th century literary li ...more
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محمد شكري

Mohamed Choukri (Arabic: محمد شكري), born on July 15, 1935 and died on November 15, 2003, was a Moroccan author and novelist who is best known for his internationally acclaimed autobiography For Bread Alone (al-Khubz al-Hafi), which was described by the American playwright Tennessee Williams as 'A true document of human desperation, shattering in its impact'.

Choukri was born in 1935, in A
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