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Tahar Lamri

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Tahar Lamri

Author and essayist Tahar Lamri was born in Algiers, Algeria, and he has lived in Italy since 1987. He is an active part of Ravenna’s local theatrical scene, as well as art director of the Festival delle Culture di Ravenna and the ParolErranti literary festival. His work has been featured in InternazionaleLeft, and Il Manifesto, among other publications. His books include I sessanta nomi dell’amore (2006), and he both cowrote and performed in Il Volo—La ballata dei picchettini at Ravenna Teatro (2016).

Articles by Tahar Lamri

Cous Cous Klan
By Tahar Lamri
I leave to my parents their portable country, so magnificent in their memory and in the stories they tell.
Translated from Italian by Robert Elliot
The Idol’s Dust
Boom . . . m . . . m . . . The terrible sound of something exploding and collapsing . . . The awe of explosion and dynamite . . . A huge amount of explosives had been used. The devastating explosion,…
Translated from Dari by Tahar Lamri
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