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Author: Ahmed Sefrioui
Publisher: Paris : Éditions du Seuil, 1964.
Series: Collection Méditerranée.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : FrenchView all editions and formats
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His first volume, Le Chapelet dʹambre (1949; "The Amber Beads"), consists of 14 short pieces dealing with the lives of those unassimilated into French colonial culture. He wrote of Qurʹanic students (he had been one in his youth), of donkey drivers, pilgrims, artisans, shopkeepers, vagabonds, and mystics. A tone of melancholy pervades this world. -- from http://www.britannica.com (June 20, 2014).
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sefrioui, Ahmed, 1915-
Chapelet d'ambre.
Paris, Éditions du Seuil [1964]
(OCoLC)623085379
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ahmed Sefrioui
ISBN: 2020010100 9782020010108
OCLC Number: 2072167
Description: 172 pages ; 19 cm.
Contents: Le cadi et le vagabond.--
La porte enluminée.--
Le sabre de mon frère.--
Le fqih.--
Le pauvre devenu roi.--
Un jour au printemps.--
Oncie Hammad marchand de soie.--
Le pot de terre cuite.--
Un jour entre les jours.--
Le mariage du sacochier.--
La grotte.--
Le pèlerin d'Ain Ez Zohra.--
Le chapelet d'ambre.--
Les rêves de l'imagier.
Series Title: Collection Méditerranée.
Responsibility: Ahmed Séfrioui.

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His first volume, Le Chapelet dʹambre (1949; "The Amber Beads"), consists of 14 short pieces dealing with the lives of those unassimilated into French colonial culture. He wrote of Qurʹanic students (he had been one in his youth), of donkey drivers, pilgrims, artisans, shopkeepers, vagabonds, and mystics. A tone of melancholy pervades this world. -- from http://www.britannica.com (June 20, 2014).
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