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Cle (Paris: Musee-Galerie de la Seita, 1999) explains: “A l’epoque des studios de photo, les photographes pritaient des costumes aux touristes et les photographiaient dans un decor de style oriental, ce qui leur permettait de rapporter un souvenir exotique de leur sejour en Algerie” 95. While it is not known if El Baht appeared like this in public, his donning of native dress in this photograph would seem to be a rare occurrence, particularly given his position in the colonial government. Beyond touristic culture, other colonial residents and travellers did appropriate native dress in a much more permanent way, a tendency that can be only partially explained by practicality.
It is also notable that the name Ali ben el Messai appears nowhere in the substantial 24 Leonard R. ”~~ The mock indigenous self-presentation and representation, coupled with editorial revelations of identity, in La Revue alge‘rienne illustre‘e enact a kind of cultural striptease, the form and function of which appear as attempts to document a rite of passage from metropolitan to colonialist values. ” Notes 1. Arthur Pellegrin, La Litterature nord-africaine (Tunis: Bibliotheque Nord-Africaine, 1920), 73.
Mallebay, Cinquante ans, 278. 16. Mallebay, Cinquante ans, 404. 17. Stephen Chaseray, “Lettre du Pere Robin,” La Revue algerienne illustree 15, no. 8 (1893): 227. 18. Gabriel Audisio, Musette. Cagayous (Paris: Balland, 1972), 11. 19. David Prochaska, Making Algeria French: Colonialism in BBne 1870-1920 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990), 224. 20. Cited in Audisio, Musette, 101. 21. Francis de Miomandre, Figures d’hier et d’aujourd’hui (Paris: Dorbon-Aine, 191l ) , 188. 22. Although the identities of many of the pseudonymous authors of La Revue algerienne illustre‘ehave been irrevocably lost with time, it is probable that the most frequently appearing name in this list, Djabadouli, who began writing a regular series of vignettes entitled “Les Veillees blideennes” beginning in 1894, was Ernest Mallebay himself.
Francophone Post-Colonial Cultures: Critical Essays by Kamal Salhi, Jacques Allard, Philippe Barbé, Peter Brown, Micheline Cambron, Jonathan Carr-West, Joy Charnley, Suzanne Crosta, Pascale De Souza, Jean-Luc Desalvo, Peter Hawkins, Leonard R. Koos, Emmanuelle Labeau, Rachael Langford, Marie-Christine Lesage,