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AbstractThe to pic i s divided in to two parts: the theoretical part comprises characteristics of Arabic francophone authors and the cultural background that they come from. The thesis constitutes an elementary database of the most important Arabic authors and their works, giving considerable attention to the controversial issue of works written by Maghrebian women authors, as well as to current problems of the Islamic world. Among the most important authors, who enrich the literature of the world and contribute also to the literary science, we could mention Assia Djebar (specialized in the comparative literature, teaches at the University of New York), Tahar Ben Jelloun, who writes about blending of cultures and necessity of peaceful coexistence, etc. The French cultural policy creates optimum conditions for Arabic francophone authors, who thus never fail to bring profit to their publishers.