Men of Culture Mouloud Feraoun (1913-1962)
Mouloud Feraoun born into a poor rural family, March 8, 1913 High Kabylie tizihibel in the Daira Beni -Douala. THERE attended school which led to the EPS of Tizi-Ouzou and then at the Ecole Normale Bouzareah where he became a teacher. After exercising his teacher profession, almost a quarter century in Kabylia, the war of national liberation leads to Clos – Salembier in 1957 .Nommé inspector educational community centers in 1960 is assassinated by the OAS 15 March 1962 has three days of the ceasefire. He leaves a dozen literary works whose 1955/1962 newspaper that tells the day to day events of the war of Algeria.
His novel the son of the poor man who had a renewed interest since the 2000s (Translation in the US in 2003, Spain in 2000, in Italic 2001) will be published in Japan in 2015 and it was sold all over the world to more a million copies.
– THE SON OF POOR 1950, EARTH AND BLOOD 1954
Men of Culture Abdelhamid Benhaddouga (1925-1996):
Born January 9, 1925 in El Mansura (Bordj Bou Arreridj) Benhaddouga followed a double training in his hometown and then Constantine “Djamâa Zeitouna” in Tunisia.
Playwright, journalist and novelist, is the author of several theatrical works. “The south wind” marks the birth of the Algerian novel in Arabic. This novel has been brought to the screen by Slim Riad.
In “Djazia and Dervishes” published in 1983, the woman takes an important place, the myth of Djazia a new dimension; the writer has to his credit three collections of short stories, two Arabic translations and over 200 radio plays. 11 was president of the National Council of Culture (1990) and vice president of the National Consultation Council (1992). Ii died in 1996 after having enriched the national and international library with its magical and unique style.