Women who depicted the lives of Muslim women – Assia Djebar

Women who depicted the lives of Muslim women – Assia Djebar

Even though there are huge number of novelists of both genders are writing their novels, poems and literature based on the situations or something happening in and around the world. This kind of writings brings a greater impact and makes the issues to be known to all over the people living in different parts of the country. Likewise, Assia Djebar is a famous feminist writer who depicted the lives of Muslim women in her novels for about 50 years where these novels have made huge changes and impact on the lives of the Muslim women. She has also worked for the society and she is the fifth women to be elected for the Academie Francaise. Being the academic Ms. Djebar has made a literature article also she was into the field of filmmaker and playwright.

Awards received by the Assia Djebar

Being a novelist, filmmaker and playwright Assia Djebar has received huge number of awards for her writing and novel books in which during the year of 1985 she won the Franco-Arab Friendship prize for the Novel of L’amour la Fantasia. She has won the prestigious award of Neustadt international prize for Literature work in the year 1996 for the contribution to the world literature process. In the same year Assia Djebar also won the Marguerite Yourcenar prize for the work of the best novelist. After these awards she won the international prize of Palmi in the year 1998 and in the gap of 2 years she won the peace prize of the German book trade in the year 2000 where this is found to be the best prize in her lifetime. All the awards and achievements she made in the writings and film making has created a huge impact and wonder in the minds of other novelist where her works been recognized to be wonder and most effective one.