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Pages: 160
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In Bird of God, Mourad Kadiri makes a trip to his interior present, but also past and future. There he discovers pain and learns to fight against it by knowing it, accepting it in silence and writing. Good memories also heal wounds and tears, quench hatred and make man savor simple things. His book is also a hymn to mother earth in which everyone has the right to live, whatever their creed. In his poems he recognizes himself as a believer who has returned to the God who lives here and now and seeks the sources of this belief in his childhood lived in the city of Sale. And in the face of death, which represents his future, all he asks is that they remember him as he was, without more “loose pieces; it was Mourad Kadiri”.


Mourad Kadiri (Salé, 1965). Poet who writes in Moroccan Arabic. Graduated in Modern Letters from the Mohammed V University of Rabat (1991). Postgraduate degree at the same University (2000). He is a member of the Union of Moroccan Writers, of the House of Poetry in Morocco and of the group “Poetas del Mundo” based in Chile. He has published three collections of poems so far: Letras de la palma de la mano, 1995; Girls Spinning, 2005; and the work: Pájaro de dios 2007. The second of them was translated into Spanish in 2007. Some of his poems have also been translated into French, English and Italian: he has participated in numerous poetry festivals in Morocco and other countries . He has prepared and presented the radio program "Loom of words" which is broadcast on the Moroccan national radio. He has worked as head of studies in the Cabinet of the Ministry of Education and currently holds the position of Counselor to the Minister of Culture.

Francisco Moscoso García. Translator.


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