In Tangier


Author: Mohamed Choukri

“As I read Choukri’s notes, I saw and heard Jean Genet as clearly as if I had been watching a film of him. To achieve such precision simply by reporting what happened and what was said, one must have a rare clarity of vision.”—William Burroughs, from the introduction to Genet in Tangier,,Tangier, “the most extraordinary and mysterious city in the world,” according to Mohamed….Read More

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