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The Unloving Household-bookcover

By: Ahmed El Hamzaoui

The Unloving Household

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In the poignant tale of Madiya and Dalim’s offspring, we witness the profound impact of a loveless childhood on the fragile fabric of adult life. The narrative spotlights the children, now bearing the scars of emotional neglect, navigating a world where they grapple with understanding love and safety. The story underscores a universal truth: the formative years of parenting indelibly shape a child’s conception of affection and security in life’s unpredictable dance.

Holder of a Ph.D. from the Université de la Sorbonne (Paris VI) in American Civilisation, Ahmed El Hamzaoui has written Transition to Democracy in Morocco (2007), An Investigation Into Political Apathy Amongst Students: A Case Study of Cadi Ayyad University (2015), Constitutional-Building & Transitional Democracy in Morocco (2016), A Critical Discourse Analysis of Some of Benkirane’s Speeches (2016), Moroccan Women Standing at the Crossroads Between Modernity & Authenticity (2017), and a novel entitled Sadij The Idiot (2023).

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