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Lucienne Favre

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Lucienne Favre
Born4 January 1894
Paris
Died21 March 1958(1958-03-21) (aged 64)
Paris
OccupationNovelist
Playwright

Lucienne Favre (4 January 1894 – 21 March 1958) was a 20th-century French writer and playwright. She was an algerianist. She was among the first to doubt the authenticity of the Muslim persona of the Jewish-Algerian writer Elissa Rhaïs.[1]

Publications

Novels
  • 1925: Dimitri et la Mort, Ferenczi et fils
  • 1926: Bab-el-Oued, Crès et Cie
  • 1927: L'Homme derrière le mur, preface by Pierre Mac Orlan, Crès et Cie
  • 1929: La Noce, ed. Bernard Grasset
  • 1930: Orientale 1930, Bernard Grasset, « Les Écrits », 1930 ; Grand Prix littéraire d'Algérie
  • 1933: Tout l'inconnu de la Casbah d'Alger, illustrations by Charles Brouty, Alger, Baconnier
  • 1936: « Un dimanche dans la Casbah », Les Œuvres littéraires issue 184, October 1936
  • 1941: Mille et un jours, les aventures de la belle Doudjda, Gallimard
  • 1937: Dans la Casbah, Grasset
  • 1939: Le Bain juif, Grasset
  • 1942: Mourad, La Toison d'or
  • 1946: Doudjda, Denoël
  • 1948: Mourad II, Denoël
Theatre

Translations

  • The Temptations of Mourad, translated from the French by Willard R. Trask, New York, W. Morrow, 1948

See also

Bibliography

  • Denise Brahimi, Femmes arabes et sœurs musulmanes, Tierce, 1984, p. 75
  • Sakina Messaadi, Les romancières coloniales et la femme colonisée : contribution à une étude de la littérature coloniale en Algérie dans la première moitié du XXe siècle, Éditions ANEP, 2004, p. 44
  • Écrivains français d'Algérie et société coloniale 1900-1950, Éditions Kailash, « Les Cahiers de la Sielec #5 », 2008

References

  1. ^ Déjeux, Jean (1984). "Élissa Rhaïs, conteuse algérienne (1876 -1940)". Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée. 37 (1): 47–79. doi:10.3406/remmm.1984.2021.

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