Les vies (multiples) d’Adam
(Novel, French, Rights with Editions Frantz Fanon)
© Lamine Benallou
Lamine Benallou is a writer and a teacher of Spanish linguistics and literature at several universities, including in Spain and Algeria. He is the Director of the Cultural Department of the Foundation “el legado andalusí” in Granada, Spain, and the promoter of a Forum for reflection, “Spaces for Dialogue and Interculturality. Towards an Alliance of Civilizations.” He is the author of several books, including Les porteurs de parole (1998), L’Oranie espagnole. Approche sociale et linguistique (2002), Al Andalus, voyages dans la mémoire. Sur les traces de la civilisation hispanomusulmane (2010), and Para un Islam de las luces. Volver al espíritu de Córdoba (2020).
Les vies (multiples) d’Adam is published by Editions Frantz Fanon in Algéria, and by Altava Publishing in France. The novel was awarded the UFM Prize for the Best Algerian Novel in French and was a finalist for the Orange Book Prize in Africa in its 2023 edition.
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