Jean Amrouche, de son vrai nom Jean el-Mouhoub Amrouche, né le 6 février 1906 à Ighil Ali (Algérie) et mort le 16 avril 1962 à Paris, est un écrivain, journaliste littéraire et homme de radio franco-algérien d'expression française. Il est le fils de Fadhma Aït Mansour Amrouche et le frère de la femme de lettres Taos Amrouche.↑ Variante : el-Mouhouv.

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  • Jean Amrouche, de son vrai nom Jean el-Mouhoub Amrouche, né le 6 février 1906 à Ighil Ali (Algérie) et mort le 16 avril 1962 à Paris, est un écrivain, journaliste littéraire et homme de radio franco-algérien d'expression française. Il est le fils de Fadhma Aït Mansour Amrouche et le frère de la femme de lettres Taos Amrouche.
  • Jean Elmouhouv Amrouche (Ighil Ali, 7 febbraio 1906 – Parigi, 16 aprile 1962) è stato uno scrittore, poeta e critico letterario algerino francofono.Nato in una famiglia di Cabili cristiani (emigrati in Tunisia quando era ancora piccolo) si è formata nella doppia cultura berbera e francese (evidenziata dai due nomi, Jean e Elmouhouv).
  • Jean-Elmouhoub Amrouche (Ighil Ali, Argélia, 7 de fevereiro de 1906 — Paris, França, 1962) foi um poeta argelino. Nascido em uma família católica na Cabília, Amrouche imigrou com sua família para a Tunísia ainda jovem. Depois, mudou-se para Paris por conta dos estudos.Ao se tornar professor e trabalhar em uma escola de ensino médio em Túnis, Albert Memmi foi um de seus alunos.Amrouche é considerado o poeta mais importante para o desenvolvimento da literatura francófona na Argélia.Ele era o irmão mais velho do também escritor Taos Amrouche, sendo ambos filhos de Marguerite Fadhma Ath Mansour, autora da obra Histoire de ma Vie.
  • Jean-Elmouhoub Amrouche (7 February 1906 in Ighil Ali, Algeria - 16 April 1962 in Paris, France) was an Algerian francophone writer, poet and journalist. Born to a Catholic family in Algeria, his parents were Kabyles who converted to Christianity. Amrouche emigrated with his family to Tunisia while still young. He later moved to Paris for studies. His name Jean was given to him by White Fathers, among whom he rose.Through his career he tried to describe the Algeria and its struggle to the rest of the world. He was a friend to Charles de Gaulle, and acted several times as an intermediate between him and the GPRA. He was for the independence of Algeria, but wasn't part of the FLN.When he was a high school teacher in Tunis, Albert Memmi was one of his students. Jean Amrouche is considered an important piece in the development of francophone literature in Algeria.He was the older brother of fellow writer Taos Amrouche. Both were the children of Marguerite Fadhma Ath Mansour, author of History of my life.
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  • Jean Amrouche, de son vrai nom Jean el-Mouhoub Amrouche, né le 6 février 1906 à Ighil Ali (Algérie) et mort le 16 avril 1962 à Paris, est un écrivain, journaliste littéraire et homme de radio franco-algérien d'expression française. Il est le fils de Fadhma Aït Mansour Amrouche et le frère de la femme de lettres Taos Amrouche.↑ Variante : el-Mouhouv.
  • Jean Elmouhouv Amrouche (Ighil Ali, 7 febbraio 1906 – Parigi, 16 aprile 1962) è stato uno scrittore, poeta e critico letterario algerino francofono.Nato in una famiglia di Cabili cristiani (emigrati in Tunisia quando era ancora piccolo) si è formata nella doppia cultura berbera e francese (evidenziata dai due nomi, Jean e Elmouhouv).
  • Jean-Elmouhoub Amrouche (Ighil Ali, Argélia, 7 de fevereiro de 1906 — Paris, França, 1962) foi um poeta argelino. Nascido em uma família católica na Cabília, Amrouche imigrou com sua família para a Tunísia ainda jovem.
  • Jean-Elmouhoub Amrouche (7 February 1906 in Ighil Ali, Algeria - 16 April 1962 in Paris, France) was an Algerian francophone writer, poet and journalist. Born to a Catholic family in Algeria, his parents were Kabyles who converted to Christianity. Amrouche emigrated with his family to Tunisia while still young. He later moved to Paris for studies.
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