The Curious Case of Dassoukine's Trousers

Fouad Laroui

**Included in World Literature Today's "75 Notable Translations of 2016"** **One of Literary Hub's Books to Read this May** **One of Asbury Park Press Books to Read this Summer** This long-awaited English-language debut from Morocco's most prominent contemporary writer won the Prix Gouncourt de Nouvelles, France's most prestigious literary award, for best story collection. Laroui uses surrealism, laugh-out-loud humor, and profound compassion across a variety of literary styles to highlight the absurdity of the human condition, exploring the realities of life in a world where everything is foreign. Fouad Laroui has published over twenty novels and collections of short stories, poetry, and essays. Laroui teaches econometrics and environmental science at the University of Amsterdam, and lives between Amsterdam, Paris, and Casablanca.

Deep Vellum Publishing 120 pages

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