Khair-eddin Legends between Wandering and Parables of a Mythical Memory

The story that one apprehends through the canvases of the Khair-Eddin in routes, the south, the wandering and the buried place remain the matrix entities of all his reflection and the preferred space of the myths and legends which torment and subjugate the thought of the author. Agoun'chich's itinerary, in Legendeet Vie by Agounchich (1), carries at its extremity this tension towards the Southern wandering which mobilizes the fictional journey as much as the charge and discursive determinations. The story, as a whole, seems underpinned and substantially exalted by the emotional pressures of wandering in a more or less concealed environment which is inscribed as the peremptory place of memory.