For his book “Monday, they will love us”, the Spanish writer of Moroccan origin, Najat El Hachimi, won the 77th Nadal Prize for the novel, one of the prestigious Spanish literary prizes.
During a ceremony restricted due to sanitary measures, in the presence of a limited number of guests among the elite of the academic and media world of Barcelona, Najat El Hachimi, declared on receiving this award “Monday, they will love us “Tells” the story of the friendship between two girls from immigrant families, and describes their fight for freedom in a neighborhood on the outskirts of the city, with its share of challenges and constraints for women ” .
Native of Nador in 1979, Najat El Hachimi, who left in 1987, with his family at the age of eight, to settle in Vic near Barcelona (Catalonia), has already received several prizes for his literary works, including the novel “The Last Patriarch” which won the Ramon Llull Prize, one of the most important literary prizes in the region of Catalonia.
Najat also wrote novels under the names of “Me too, I am Catalan”, “The Body Hunter” and “The Foreign Girl”.
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