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Attempts to make things stick, stay tied down or arranged are futile – you must just grab what’s in the air and fly with it.

After another sleepless night next to the all night disco, I turn to Facebook for relief, joking about the non-stop drum machines as best I can and hoping for sheer exhaustion to kick in and offer some respite.

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anniversary of the Carthage Film Festival continues to be a revelation.

Despite the colonial Cartesian logic of grand boulevards and streetcar lines, I discover, the spiritual topography of Tunis is more like the souk and the sand dunes- as unpredictable as the wind.

A young festival organizer who has friended me on Facebook replies ominously that if I don’t like it here she can put me out of my misery by quickly arranging a return flight to Canada.

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or Derja "everyday language" to distinguish it from Modern Standard Arabic, the official language of Tunisia.

As part of a dialect continuum, Tunisian merges into Algerian Arabic and Libyan Arabic at the borders of the country.

The word "Africa", which gave its name to the continent, possibly is derived from the name of the Berber tribe of the Afri that was one of the first to enter in contact with Carthage.

Punic probably survived the Arabic conquest of the Maghreb: the geographer al-Bakri described in the 11th century people speaking a language that was not Berber, Latin or Coptic in rural Ifriqiya, a region where spoken Punic survived well past its written use.

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