The present research studies La Ceinture of Ahmed Abodehman as a text incarnating the village. Its main focus is the text and the author, and it is divided into three chapters. The first chapter examines the production and the critical reception of La Ceinture. The second presents the theoretical context and the analysis methodology used to read the characteristics of the text. The last chapter analyzes theses characteristics which represent the village. The study ends with a conclusion explaining how La Ceinture preserves the village, shares it and reinvents the world.