The image of the western woman in "A Friend Will Come See You" (1967) and "Death in Canada" (1975) by Driss Chraibi

If the theme of the Arab woman is often treated by the Maghreb novelists of French language, that of the Western woman on the other hand occupies a derisory place, It is true that several Maghreb authors present the foreign woman, French in this case, in the role of a wife thanks to whom the Maghreb man feels adopted in some way by an enchanting West as evidenced by Ma f oi abode (1958) by Tunisian Hachemi Baccoucheou Agar (1955) and Le Scorpion (1969) by Albert Memmi, the fact remains that it remains confined to an adjuvant role in relation to man.