| Abdallah Guennoun|
| Abdel-Samad Guennoun|
| July 9, 1989, Tangier, Morocco|Abdallah Guennoun Wikipedia
Abdallah Guennoun (Born 16 September 1908 in Fes - died 9 July 1989 in Tangier) was a famous, and influential Moroccan essayist. In 1927 and 1928, he wrote a three-volume book titled An Nubûgh Al Maghribi ("The genius of Morocco"), where he assesses the excellence of Moroccan literature and philosophy.
Guennoun taught at the universities of Cairo, Damascus, Baghdad, and Amman.
CHAYBI, Ahmed. Al-Dirâsa al `adabiyya fî al-Magrib: Al-ustâdh `Abd`allâh Kanűn numudhadj,
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Abstract: Abdallah Guennun. Estudio biográfico y literario.HABABI, Fatima al-Djamiya al. Abd allâh Kanűn, Casablanca: Mu`asasas Űnâ, 1997.