Angelica Ammar

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Angelica Ammar

Angelica Ammar, born in 1972 in Munich, studied Romance languages and ethnology. She lived in Paris, and has been working in Barcelona as a writer and translator since 2007. Her debut novel Tolmedo won her the Jürgen Ponto Foundation’s Literature Prize.


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The Time of the Green Almonds

The Time of the Green Almonds

The Tunisian family man Ibi Ben Said is determined to bring up his children in line with enlightened ideals, including equal rights. He is a pioneer, ensuring that his daughter gets a good ...

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Awards

2010 Stipendium des Deutschen Literaturfonds

2006 Jürgen-Ponto-Preis

Bibliographie

Im Nagel & Kimche Verlag ist erschienen:
2010 Die Zeit der grünen Mandeln. Roman.

Weitere Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl):
2006 Tolmedo. Roman.