Nancy. Nina Bouraoui novelist of desire and uprooting

The profession of living, the difficulty of loving… This could sum up the novels of Nina Bouraoui. In her fifties, elegant and dull, this liana brutally torn from the Algerian land of her childhood, is at the Livre sur la Place this weekend, after a short detour of a few hours at Eastern Republican to discover the editorial staff and professions of the regional daily press. Nina Bouraoui is a literary success that starts quickly, in 1991, with “The forbidden voyeur” and a readers’ prize that has since become very popular, that of the Book Inter. First novel, first shock. With, already, on the edge of …

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