Khalid El Aref, I Speak Tamazight, but in Arabic: Contesting the Cultural Terrain in Morocco, ILSHS Volume 73, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 73)
    The Moroccan novel, being part of the Arabic novel, is a very recent invention. However, in Morocco the novel has become an emblematic genre, which has known a momentous development. This article attempts a critical analysis of three recently published Arabic novels (Morocco) from a cultural studies perspective by highlighting the translational dimensions inherent in their writing, as well as their tendency to redirect attention to more urgent issues related to Moroccan identity.
    Amazigh, Arab, Canon, Contestation, Cultural Translation, Moroccan Novel, Rewriting