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Felicha marked it as to-read Apr 30, He lived his last years and died in a village in the Befquethe region in south-west France from which the Berque family originates.

Jacques Berque (Author of Relire Le Coran)

It herque one of the most thorough ethnographies of the Berbers. In an earlier work, Le Maghreb entre deux guerres “The Maghreb between two world wars”,Berque criticizes the colonial system.

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Abu Hasan rated it liked it May 23, His father, Augustin Berque, was a scholar and Arabist of distinction, one of the few to take an interest in the Muslim culture of the Maghreb. Iacque Almubarak rated it liked it Jul 09, Mohamed IBrahim marked it as to-read May 05, Sawsan rated it beqrue was amazing May 31, Mehdi marked it as to-read Mar 24, As the theoretician of third-worldist romanticism, he became influential to the entire Arab-Muslim world, and even of the Third World as a whole.

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Mohamed Jalloul added it Dec 09, He believed in the importance of bringing together different, but related, regions, whether in the Arabic- speaking world or in the Mediterranean, as can be seen from the titles of two of his books, De l’Euphrate a l’Atlas “From the Euphrates to the Atlas”, and Memoires des deux rives “Recollections from Both Shores of the Mediterranean”,the latter described by Ernest Gellneras ‘a splendid account of what it was to be a pied-noir slowly converted to anti-colonialism’.

Jacques Berque

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He was an accomplished Arabist, perfecting several Arabic dialects of both the Maghreb and the Middle East. Retrieved from ” https: He joined the French armyand from to worked as a civil servant in Morocco. Books by Jacques Berque. KerrAlbert Houraniand William Montgomery Wattwho maintained that Said’s disregard for all the evidence that contradicted his narrative made Orientalism a deeply flawed account of Western scholarship.

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