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  1. says:

    4.5 C tait trange et captivant Je le conseillerais aux c t s d Une si longue lettre de Mariama B et d Americanah de Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie celles et ceux qui d sirent s initer la litt rature africaine.


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    Quelle histoire Un r cit myst rieux, duquel mane un effet saisissant de puissance Je me demande s il y a des mythes qui ont inspir s l auteure ou si tout est fiction Elle nous livre en tout cas plusieurs l ments de culture propre ou commune aux africains, afro am ricains et antillais, ce qui enrichie le r cit d un contexte tr s vaste qui donne envie d en apprendre beaucoup plus L aspect m talitt raire de la composition tripartite du roman ajoute sa puissance, chaque partie r ussi donner un point de vue nouveau et renouveler le ton La troisi me partie m a moins attir e, peut tre parce que le ton est plus rationnel et qu il vient limiter les l ments fantastiques du r cit de Kitami.Un roman magnifique, qui m a t offert en cadeau Quelle chance


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    Scholastique Mukasonga, whose family was destroyed in the Rwandan genocide and who won a prestigious prize for the novel Notre Dame du Nil 2012 , now has published C ur Tambour, less a novel than a fable, told in three parts, all concerned with the life and death of a woman who is both a musician and the symbol of the events in Rwanda Adele King This book was reviewed in the January February 2017 issue of World Literature Today magazine Read the full review by visiting our website


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