Journal, 1955-1962: Reflections on the French-Algerian War

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Editor’s Acknowledgments

I wish to thank many people for their gracious support in helping to bring this project to fruition. To begin, I applaud Mary Wolf and Claude Fouillade for their magnificent rendering of Feraoun’s Journal into English and for their ability to work with me on key concerns of the translation. I would especially like to acknowledge the University of Nebraska Press’s commitment and assistance—without which this project would not have been possible. I am enormously indebted to my friend and colleague John Ruedy, whose guidance and careful reading of the introduction and translation were indispensable. William A. Cook and Julia A. Clancy-Smith also provided important, critical suggestions for the introduction, and I am deeply thankful for their contributions. I am grateful to Germaine Tillion and Isabelle Deblé for allowing me to consult their private papers in Paris and for showing me such unlimited hospitality. I appreciate the countless hours of help from Donna Bentley and the superb staff at Wilson Library at the University of La Verne. I owe a special debt to Loukia K. Sarroub for her encouragement and conversations, which inspired me to work even harder to bring Feraoun’s unique vision and wisdom to light. Finally, I would like to thank the University of La Verne for its much-appreciated support.

JAMES D. LE SUEUR
La Verne, California

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Editor’s Acknowledgments vi
  • Translators’ Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Preface to the Original French Edition xlix
  • 1955 11
  • 1956 51
  • 1957 165
  • 1958 235
  • 1959 261
  • 1960 271
  • 1961 287
  • 1962 309
  • Notes 317
  • Glossary 335
  • Index 337
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