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The Tetouan that many would like to see again!
Pages: 336
Dimensions: 13 x 21 cm
In color: No
Rustic: Si


The Innocent Caves of Tetouan aims to bring the Spanish stamp to the present in the capital of the Spanish Protectorate in Morocco (1912-1956). Playing with time, an amalgamation of that past and present is made. The Muslim characters appear coexisting with the Spanish, with tension and uneasiness but with respect. There is an intense adventure of love deception that unites some young protagonists with others from the past; of that Hispanic past in Tetouan. The work tries, and succeeds, to present the sympathy that existed between Spaniards and Moroccans, despite the intense reigning uncertainty: Morocco's attempt for independence was materializing, which would be crowned in 1956.


Mohamed Bouissef Rekab (Tetouan, 12.20.1948). Son of Spanish and Moroccan. After keeping cows and goats in the field, he studied primary and secondary school in Tetouan. He entered the University of Rabat and graduated in Hispanics in 1973. After a couple of years in secondary education, he moved to Madrid to prepare for the doctorate he obtained in 1983 at the UAM. He holds a chair at the University of Tetuán from 1984 to 2005. He is currently a tutor at the UNED in Ceuta. He has written ten works: eight novels, an anthology and a storybook. He has worked for many years in the Moroccan Radio Television on the Spanish Network.


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