Fatima Zohra Imalayen was born in Cherchell, Algeria in 1936. She was known under the pen name of Assia Djebar. She published her first novel namely La Soif in 1957. She married Walid Garn in 1958 and published her second novel Les Impatients. She worked with her husband and enhanced her career as planned. She received advanced degree in history at the popular university namely University of Algiers.

Djebar published two novels in 1962 and 1967 namely Les Enfants du Nouveau Monde and Les Alouettes Naives. She had written a good play Rouge I’Aube with her husband Garn and performed it at the 3rd Pan-African Cultural Festival in 1969 in Algiers. In the same year, she published a volume of poetry under the name Poems pour I’Algerie heureuse. She was known for her extraordinary and unique cinematic work. She directed the film La Nouba des femmes du Mont Chenoua at first in 1977. She directed La Zerda ou les chants de l’oubli in 1979.

Different achievements in the career life

Residents of many countries in the Covid-19 pandemic situation have decided to know about important and popular writer, filmmakers, and political leaders and their success stories. It is the suitable time to know about Assia Djebar and her career life. She is an Algerian writer and filmmaker. She was made department head of the popular French Section at the University of Algiers after she taught history. She became a qualified filmmaker.

The story of her famous movie is all about an Algerian women engineer who returned to Algeria subsequent to a long Western exile. This film was released in 1978. If you are willing to know about lingering disparities between the treatment of male and female subsequent to the decolonization of Algeria, then you can access Djebar’s collection of novels and short stories under the name Femmes d’Alger dans leur apartment.