Hassouna al-Mosbahi was conceived | into a Bedouin family in Kairouan

Hassouna al-Mosbahi was conceived in 1950 into a Bedouin family in Kairouan. Presently he’s a different honor winning author and essayist situated in Germany and an incessant analyst in German daily papers. In the wake of concentrate in Paris, London, and Madrid,
Hassouna al-Mosbahi
al-Mosbahi settled in Munich. His first work in fiction, distributed in 1986, won the National Novel Prize in Tunisia. From that point forward, his novel Tarshish Hallucination has won the Munich Fiction Prize and his short story ‘The Tortoise’ been short-recorded for the 2001 Caine Prize for African Writing. His latest work, A Tunisian Tale, is accessible from the Oxford University Press in an English interpretation arranged by Max Weiss of Princeton University and is the main work of al-Mosbahi to be accessible in English.

Hassouna al-Mosbahi