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List of Moroccan writers

This is a list of writers from Morocco.

Twentieth century

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

J

K

L

M

N

O

Q

R

S

T

U

W

Y

Z

Nineteenth century

Eighteenth century

Seventeenth century

Sixteenth century

Fifteenth century

Fourteenth century

Thirteenth century

Twelfth century

Eleventh century

Tenth century

Ninth century

See also

Bibliography

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  • Mohammed Lakhdar, La vie littéraire au Maroc sous la dynastie 'Alawide, Rabat, 1971
  • Najala al-Marini, Al-Sh'ar al-Maghribi fi 'asr al-Mansur al-Sa'di, Rabat: Nashurat Kuliat al-Adab wa al-Alum al-Insania, 1999 (Analysis of the work of the main poets of the age of Ahmed al-Mansour)
  • Monroe, J. T., Hispano-Arabic Poetry During the Almoravid Period: Theory and Practice, Viator 4, 1973, pp. 65–98
  • Nasser S. Al-Samaany, Travel Literature of Moroccan Pilgrims during the 11-12th/17-18th Centuries: thematic and artistic study, PhD. thesis, University of Leeds, 2000[71]
  • Hasan al-Wazzani ed., Dalîl al-kuttâb al-magâriba. A' d:â´ Ittih:âd Kuttâb al-Magrib, Rabat: Manshűrât Ittih:âd Kuttâb al-Magrib, 1993
  • Hasan al-Wazzani, Al-adab al-magribî al-h:adîth, 1929–1999, Casablanca: Dâr al-Thaqâfa, 2002
  • Otto Zwartjes, Ed de Moor, e.a. (ed.) Poetry, Politics and Polemics: Cultural Transfer Between the Iberian Peninsula and North Africa, Rodopi, 1996, ISBN 90-420-0105-4

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