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Azouz Begag

Azouz Begag

 Azouz Begag

Azouz Begag (born in 1957 in Lyon, Rhône, France) is a French writer, politician and researcher. He was the delegate minister for equal opportunities of France in the government of French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. Begag has written approximately 20 literary books for adults and children, as well as songs. Begag's best known literary work is the autobiographical novel Le Gone du Chaâba. His most widely published book is his account in 2007 of his two years as minister. Titled The Sheep in the Bathtub, this is a reference to a quote from Nicolas Sarkozy warning French Muslims not to slaughter sheep in their bathtubs for Eid al-Adha.

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French : Politics, Economics, Institutions


108427 Bouger la banlieue £10.50

French : Popular Fiction

110054 Shantytown Kid £14.99

French : Commentaries

126612 Azouz Begag : Le gône du chaaba £5.85

French : Classics/Modern Classics

Ages 15-16

071336 Salam Ouessant £5.75

French : Popular Fiction

Ages 11-14

009885 Le gone du Chaâba £10.75
071478 Quand on est mort c'est pour toute la vie £7.95
291104 Un train pour chez nous £12.95

Ages 15-16

070938 La voix de son maître £17.75


007805 Beni ou le paradis privé £10.50
009884 Le Gone du Chaâba £10.95
006249 Mémoires au soleil £9.95
070251 Salam Ouessant £9.35
119506 Zenzela £8.70

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