Duty Of Violence I Found Yamboof Violence I found Yambo is perhaps Africa s most controversial writer His novel Le devoir de violence which won the Prix Renaudot in 1968 was banned in France for than three decades before its recent reappearance In the USA France and Africa Ouologuem s work has been
criticized debated analyzed and interpreted by countless critics and professional academicsdebated and interpreted by countless writers critics and professional academics of whom remain sharply divided about his historical egacy The Yambo Ouologuem Reader offers a fresh translation of Le devoir de violence newly entitled The Duty of Violence along with.
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are not for the faint of heart Ouologuem s aversion for Senghorian nÃ©gritude and idyllic depictions of Africa snot for the faint of heart Ouologuem s aversion for Senghorian nÃ©gritude and idyllic depictions of Africa s is for some readers a refreshingly honest dimension of his work whereas others have found Ouologuem s vision of African history to be terrifying Most of Ouologuem s readers agree however that he is one of Africa s most original writers who is certain to provoke disturb and unsettle those who read his books The texts contained in The Yambo Ouologuem Reader are essential reading
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