This is an eccentric Englishwoman’s first-hand view of life in Morocco. Sylvia Kennedy has travelled by local bus and mule through the country, from the developed imperial cities such as Casablanca to the desolation of the Spanish Sahara and the remoteness of High Atlas. She has mingled and participated in Moroccan life – rather than merely observing it from the outside – such as bathing with women while they discussed tricking their husbands over the use of birth control. Taking in the politics (including the Moroccan attitude towards the Gulf War), religion, archaeology, history and contemporary life, the author has written a very personal view of a remarkable and fascinating country.
See Ouarzazate and Die
Travels Through Morocco Publisher: Abacus Travel Place of Publication: London Date of Publication: 1992 Language: English ISBN: 978-0349102160 Number of Copies: 1 Author: Kennedy, Sylvia