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Name  Mohamed Raihani

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Mohamed Said Raihani

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Mohamed Saïd Raïhani (in Arabic: محمد سعيد الريحاني) is a Moroccan translator, novelist and short-story writer born on December 23, 1968 in Ksar el Kebir, north of Morocco. He is a member of Moroccan Writers’ Union, holder of M.A. in Translation, Communication & Journalism from King Fahd Advanced School of Translation in Tangier/Maroc and B.A. in English Literature from Abdelmalek Essaadi University in Tétouan/Maroc.

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Literary Works in Arabic

  • Waiting for the Morning (Short Stories) in 2003
  • The Season of Migration to Anywhere (Short Stories) in 2006
  • Death of the Author (Short Stories) in 2010
  • A Dialogue between Two Generations (Short Stories) in 2011 (Co-authored with Driss seghir)
  • The Enemy of the Sun, the Clown Who turned Out To Be A Monster (Novel) in 2012
  • Behind Every Great Man, There Are Dwarfs (Short Stories) in 2012
  • No to Violence (Short Stories) in 2014
  • Fifty Short-Shorts: Theme of Freedom (Short short Stories) in 2015
  • Critical Works in Arabic

  • The Three Keys: An Anthology of Moroccan New Short Story (Vol. 1: "The Key to Dream"), 2006
  • The Three Keys: An Anthology of Moroccan New Short Story (Vol. 1: "The Key to Love"), 2007
  • The Three Keys: An Anthology of Moroccan New Short Story (Vol. 1: "The Key to Freedom"), 2008
  • Journalistic Reseaches & Investigations in Arabic

  • The History of Manipulating Professional Contests in Morocco (Journalistic Investigation) Vol. 1, 2009.
  • The History of Manipulating Professional Contests in Morocco (or Letters to the Minister of Education in Morocco) (Journalistic Investigation) Vol. 2, 2011.
  • Authenticity of Arab Media Slogan Through the Making of Press Image (Case of Aljazeera Slogan, The Opinion & the Other Opinion), 2015.
  • Onomastic Researches in Arabic

  • The Singularity Will (A Semiotic Study on First-names) in 2001
  • Works Translated into English

  • Waiting for the Morning (Short Stories), Bloomington (Indiana/USA): Xlibris, 2013.
  • Interviews Collected in Published Books

  • Anas Filali, "Raihanyat" (Forty Interviews with Mohamed Said Raihani), Amman/Jordan: Sayel Publishing Co, 1st Edition, 2012.
  • Collective Work, "With Raihani in His Shrine" (Thirty Interviews on Culture, Art & Literature with Mohamed Said Raihani), Tetouan/Morocco: Maktabat Salma Al-Thaqafiah, 1st Edition, 2016.
  • References

    Mohamed Said Raihani Wikipedia


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