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  1. The secrete of Kateb Yacine's passions for theatre
  2. The tragical Language or the third way: the case of The Encircled corpse
  3. The political and popular dramatic language

Kateb Yacine is the most famous Algerian playwright. Born in 1929, Kateb Yacine lived in Algeria until 1951, working as a journalist for Alger Républicain before settling in France, then in Italy and finally in Germany. He returned to Algeria in the early seventies, while directing a theatre group at Sidi-Bel-Abbes. In 1946, he published his first collection of poems, ?Soliloques', before achieving fame in 1956 for his novel ?Nedjma', which treats the quest for a restored Algeria in a mythic manner. Its discontinuous chronology and multiple narrative voices have deeply influenced Francophone North African literature, and writers elsewhere in the Third World.

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