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Societe, Langues Et Cultures Au Maroc: Enjeux Symboliques
The Prix Grand Atlas literary awards, in its 25th edition, were presented in a ceremony that was held in Rabat. His work of fiction depicts fragments of Tanit, named after the goddess of fertility, who suffers at the hands of bigots. The novel recounts the story Tanit, a university professor and human rights activist, who is disgusted at the degree of retardedness inflicting society and attempts to break free from the yoke of conservatism but eventually ends up being held captive by zealous inquisitors. The year-old Ahmed Boukous is a not only a writer, but also a linguist, sociologist and an eminent researcher of Amazigh culture. He is also the president of the Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture.
Morocco’s Ahmed Boukous Wins The Prix Grand Atlas