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Dr. Muhammad Al-Sarghini

Born in 1930 in the city of Fez, Morocco.

Holds a Bachelor's degree in Literature from the University of Baghdad in 1959, a Comparative Literature certificate from Mohammed V University in Rabat in 1963, and a PhD from Sorbonne University in 1985.

Served as an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Arts in Fez from 1963 to 1970, a Lecturer at the same faculty from 1970 to 1985, and then as a Professor of Higher Education at the same faculty in 1985.

Also served as the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Arts in Fez from 1986 to 1991.

Published numerous articles in Arabic and French in Moroccan and Eastern journals and magazines.

His Poetry Collections include:

"The Burning of the Following Names" in 1987

"The Seas of Mount Qaf" in 1991

"The Sabaean Being" in 1992

"Who Did This to Your Skulls" in 1994

His Other Creative Work includes the Novel:

"I Found You in This Archipelago" in 1992.

His Other Publications include:

"The Song of the Phantom Train" (Translated from Spanish for the World Theatre Series)

"Lectures in Semiotics"

"Introduction: East of the Sun, West of the Moon" (a study on Victorian poetry).

Some of his poems have been translated into French and Spanish.

Many articles have been written about him in magazines such as "Vijadan al-Maghrib," "Al-Aadaab al-Bayrutiyya," and "Al-Quds Newspaper."

Dr. Muhammad Al-Sarghini
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