Casablanca and Tangier provide the backdrops for Corruption , and erotic tale of morality about Mourad, the last honest man in Morocco. After a lifetime of resistance, Mourad finally gives in to the demands of his materialistic wife and accepts "commissions" for his work: just one envelope stuffed with cash, then another. Ben Jelloun's compelling novel evokes the dangers of succumbing to the daily temptations of modern life, as Mourad lives the consequences of betraying his existence.

Corruption: The Case for International Regulation 1996, New Press

ISBN-13: 9781565842960

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