Rachid Mimouni

NameRachid Mimouni
Born20TH November 1945, Alma , Algeria.
Death12TH February 1995 In Paris
Noteworthy WorkPrize For Short Story And Awarded For Seven Literary Awards

Introduction Rachid Mimouni: 

Rachid Mimouni was an Algerian writer who was born in 1945. He was also known as a human rights activist and teacher. He wrote novels in which he described Algerian society.   

Rachid died in 1995 in Paris at the age of 49-year-old. He belongs to a low-income family, and he was still a successful student while he was not healthy in his childhood and he suffered joint pain constantly. 

Early Life and Education: 

His real name, Mohamed Mimouni, was Rachid, and he was in French Algeria on 20th November 1945 and died on 12th February 1995 in Paris, France. He was living in a low-income family, although he was suffering from joint pain in childhood. After all the circumstances, he was a good student in higher education. 

He started writing at a very early age, and he was attracted to reading novels and all. He studied science at the University of Algiers, and then he became a teacher at a business school in the same country. 

Rachid Mimouni Career: 

Rachid was the research assistant, and he was also a member of the National Cultural Council and president of the** “KATEB YACINE FOUNDATION” **. Apart from that, He was selected as vice president of Amnesty International. 

He wrote realistic, including surrealist passages. He wrote his novel “Spring will be all the more beautiful”. Here, love and war were mingled, which is the story of two people, both from Algeria, and their names were “Hamid and Djamila.  Here, the Rachid expresses the reality of the Algerian people and shows the oppression, harassment, provocations, etc.  

Most of his novels were published in France, and this is the reason he was known in France as compared to Algeria. He was the winner of several literary prizes. After Rachid’s death, Every year, these seminars bring together writers and writers for round tables and exhibitions.

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Rachid Minouni Bibliographies & Novels Are: 

Novels: 

  • IN 1978- SPRING WILL ONLY BE MORE BEAUTIFUL 
  • IN 1982- THE DIVERTED RIVER. 
  • IN 1983- A PEACE TO LIVE. 
  • IN 1984- TOMBEZA. 
  • IN 1989- THE HONOR OF THE TRIBE.
  • IN 1990- THE OGRESS’S BELT. 
  • IN 1991- A SENTENCE TO LIVE
  • IN 1992- ON BARBARISM  IN GENERAL AND FUNDAMENTALISM IN PARTICULAR. 
  • IN 1993- THE CURSE.
  • IN 1995- CHRONICLES OF TANGIER. 

Bibliographies: 

  • MARTINE MATHIEU-JOB. 
  • INDIAN OCEAN. 
  • MASHREK.
  • MAGHREB.
  • CARIBBEAN. 

Rachid Minouni Noteworthy Awards And Honors: 

  • IN 1990- FRANCO-ARAB FRIENDSHIP PRIZE FOR THE HONOR OF THE TRIBE. 
  • IN 1990- LITERARY CRITICISM PRIZE RIBBON OF THE FRANCOPHONIE FOR THE HONOR OF THE TRIBE. 
  • IN 1991- SHORT STORY PRIZE OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY FOR LA CEINTURE DE L ‘OGRESS.
  • In 1992- HASSAN II PRIZE OF THE FOUR JURIES FOR THE BODY OF THE WORK. 
  • In 1993- ALBERT-CAMUS PRIZE FOR A PAIN TO LIVE AND BARBARISM IN GENERAL AND FUNDAMENTALISM IN PARTICULAR. 
  • IN 1994- LITRARY FREEDOM PRIZE FOR THE CURSE.
  • IN 1995- GRAND ALTAS SPECIAL PRIZE FOR ALL OF THE WORK.

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