Ahmed SEFRIOUI. La boite à merveilles .. Parfois, je vidais simplement ma Boîte à Merveilles par terre et j’inventoriais mes trésors. Un simple bouton de. La Boîte à merveilles has ratings and 30 reviews. إيمان❤︎ Ahmed Sefrioui, ou Sidi Mohammed, évoque son enfance passée à l’ancienne Médina de Fes. Ahmed Sefrioui (Arabic: أحمد صفروي ) was a Moroccan novelist and pioneer of Moroccan literature in the French language. He was born in Fes in of Ber.
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Lists with This Book. I finished it only because I was obliged to do so, since it’s in my school program and it will be on my final exam who made this stupid decision anyway? I feel sorry for the next generations who will have to suffer through this. I gave it two stars because of some beautiful descriptions, but that aside, I didn’t like this book at all. The story is about this boy who’s alone as a child, stays alone, sad when the night time comes, always a victim of everything and everyone, and finds comfort in I finished it only merveillse I was obliged to do so, since it’s in my school program and it will be on my final exam who made this stupid decision anyway?
The story is about this boy who’s alone as a child, stays alone, sad when the night time comes, always a victim of everything and everyone, and finds comfort in a box full of old unvaluable things. This is literally how the whole story goes until the very end: But i’m still alone.
First of all, a real Moroccan child at the time this book pretends to be set in, was never alone. They had small “gangs” of boys playing around and having fun everywhere. Secondly, it seems that Sefrioui wanted to sell his book to French people because Moroccan readers at the time were counted by the fingers of two handsand he got this brilliant idea: Sometimes, as a Moroccan, I felt a little bit offended by some parts.
There was no development at metveilles. Everything is the same, from page 1 to the end. I had to read the first page over and over again. It was music to my ears, a loving melody.
Just one paragraph can put the whole book to shame more than the shame it’s already inno jokes. Jan 18, Meriem rated it it was ok Shelves: I had to read this last year for school. It was not that good at all. It was just this series of events that were extremely uninteresting and boring to read about.
Add to that the fact that I’m not such a fan of French. View all 6 comments. Getting end with this novel. Jan 18, At Oussama rated it it was ok.
I’ve been reading this because of my work, and let’s be honest here. I did fine in the exams, but I never looked back to reading these school stuffs, but since I started teaching, I had a night class that required me to pick up the classics.
And so I did. I must say that I was very surprised by the way an autobiographical story tries to include e I’ve boihe reading this because of my work, and let’s be honest here. I must say that I was very surprised by the way an autobiographical story tries to include elements of Fantasy, and I can accept the fact that I was reading a novel about Moroccan culture that I, a Moroccan, wasn’t really updated about. Upon finishing the book, I was indifferent to why are we allowed to read such mind you a mediocrity that deals with themes I rather want to be extinguished the belief in sorcery and such stuffs.
The modern world read themes that are quite progressive, classics such as Catcher in The Rye, The Great Gatsby, To Kill a Mockingbird, O Mice and Men just realised that we’re talking about French classes, but to hell with it, France and Morocco have better literature ah,ed this.
I know this is a long rant for such a simple “autobiographical book” but I had to write these few words.
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He was born in Fes in of Berber parents. Sefrioui was founder of the Al Batha museum in Fes, a town that is present in almost all of his writings. After the Qur’an boitd and the schools of Fes Sefrioui has made French his own.
As a young journalist for “Action du Peuple” and as writer of historical articles as a curator for the “Addoha” museum he mastered the language.
After he worked at the government departments of culture, education and tourism in Rabat. He died in Books by Ahmed Sefrioui. No trivia or quizzes merceilles.
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