The Book of Moulay: Algeria and Morocco 2002 to 2015, Collective Works

Author :Kathleen Woolrich

Category : Home

ISBN No :9781618131874

Language :English

Formats: ePub



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This is a book of the collective poetry of Kathleen Woolrich with rare photographic images of Colonial Algeria. This book contains information about the Algerian revolution in an easy to read format along with beautiful images of Algeria.

Kathleen is a poet, a freelance writer and the author of ALGERIAN SUNS, available world wide through many online bookstores like Amazon and Barnes & Noble. She is a graduate of Methodist College, Fayetteville, North Carolina.She lives in Orlando, Florida with her 3 children and travels to North Africa frequently. She is the author of a childrens book NIKKI'S DINER and works diligently to preserve the history of Algeria through artifact preservation and donates these items to Algeria's museums.

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    anonymous

    The poems speak to love and loss and her passion for her subject Algeria. If you like tragic wistful poetry this is certainly the book for you. At $9.99 for the amount of poetry she puts in it is amazing. I think the only thing she needed was a table of contents listing the poems and what page they were on and some editing work, otherwise a spectacular work.

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