The desert is not this old, endless, western fantasy, rekindled by the tourism industry, an archaic parenthesis in modernity’s unbridled advance: in the Sahara it is an ecological, human reality that is linked to the universal future. It is a place where new cultures and the phenomena of assimilation confront each other; population flows, interbreeding and all kinds of hybridisation.
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