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Teacher : Abderrahmane Dakir

Web Engineer : Web developer Since 1998, CEO 1NEWLOG since 2003.
Having Master Europeen es Sicences of new information and communication,
English certificates for Beginner, intermediate and advanced.

Author : Writing many short stories and poems in English. Publishing in Amazon.com and Poemhunter.com.

Email : dakirabderrahmane@gmail.com

Tel. : 00 212 522 203 213

Web Site : www.1newlog.com/education

What People Say


Dee Dauphinee
American Novelist

“I sort of stumbled onto Mr. Dakir's writing about a month ago while researching something completely off-topic. A few lines of one of his poems was in the content of the search engine, and they grabbed onto me. Though I was short on time, I felt compelled to visit his site. I'm glad I did. I am a fan now. I love his poetry; its meter, simplicity-its honesty. I am a lover of the writings of Jalaluddin Rumi. I can't say that Dakir is there yet, but in 200 years, he might well be. It's lovely that we get to read him now, when he is alive and writing as a contemporary. His short stories are delightful, but as I say, I am taken by his poetry...and poetry is where the heart is. I highly recommend anything by written by him. ”


Sonia Cook
English Teacher

Mr. Dakir Abderrahmane points out to us, through his short stories and poems, that there are many key facets, aspects and perspectives to life. Dakir’s stories and poems bring each one of us a sense of reformatting ourselves as individuals and as whole entities on our personal journeys through both life’s ups and troublesome times. Dakir reminds us of life’s basic notions and elicits from us our own internal stories, that we all share and have in common with each other, despite our differences: as individuals as well as a collective wholes. There is a somewhat grounding and sobering yet calming and dreamy effect felt through Dakir’s words, which makes the read a good time to escape and enjoy a world of short stories. I hope you enjoy reading as much as Mr. Dakir enjoyed writing for you.

 

 


Brea

“This is beautiful! It transported me to a different time and place, which is what a good story and poem should do. Thank you."




Salvatore

Wonderful! Great! You've just done something that a lot of people tried to do for centuries and centuries: you merged religion and science and you did it in the best way.
At first I wondered where would you get with the meaning of this story; during the reading everything slowly gets clear till the end when even the meaning of your writing is well explained.
Thanks for writing it. I will let my son read this story when he will be grown enough.
Thanks again.

 

 


PJ_Acker

“Your story reads like a parable; I enjoyed it. There is definitely a moral to this little story, more than one, in fact.

In the way of advice (I assume you are asking), some simple things could be suggested like minor points of grammar and double-check for things like making sure each beginning paren has an ending to complete it. One thing, in the 2nd paragraph of the 1st Chapter, you write, “Do you have I decided to see any idea about this king?” I don't understand this question. Possibly, you might want to revisit the wording here, in order to express your intent more clearly. These are subjective, please take what seems right and disregard what doesn't.

Overall, I felt the story flowed very nicely and the wisdom being laid out was very sound and logical, leading from one conclusion to the next.

Very good, Dakir, please do - write on!

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Siobhan

What an interesting read. I often ponder the idea myself, just not with such depth. The concept and writing style compelled me to read on with genuine interest. Thank you for sharing.

 

 


Dana Busby

“The start of your story is great! Your ideas are presented in a logical, crisp way, which I found to be very engaging. The content got a little fuzzy when Ali came into the narrative. Some ideas that may help: providing a clear setting for the initial conversation. Shortening Ali's dialogue passages. The switching between the "science fiction idea" and the present become a little confusing also.

Overall-great start at discussing a complex concept, and you have a nice, philosophical story here!. ”


Michel Gent

It definitely gives one a lot to contemplate. I like all your connections to time.

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