French-speaking French-Congolese Alain Mabanckou, a French literary figure, criticized both the Community's temptation in Africa and France's approach to the autocratic regimes of the continent. Wearing a happy and committed voice.
He chose the caterpillars. A sign, necessarily. Toucan like Boucan. Toucan like this tropical bird who wants to hear. Not at all, argues author Alain Mabanckou, whose sliced remarks are, however, loud and loud. He could have chosen butterflies, birds or flowers as well. The shirts, he has a hundred, maybe a hundred and fifty, he buys for ten, that's his little pleasure.
On the morning of September he took one of the stacks of one. A happy motif that corresponds to his eternal joy and the place where he gets in Paris. A garden surrounded by walls, out of town, a sunny terrace and multicolored chairs.
The French-Congolese writer lives in the United States and France for six months in Récollets, the former monastery became the residence of the artist near Gare de l'Est. He likes the atmosphere, "The impression that one gets to another small country," and also the courtyard, which is a nightclub.
But be careful, Alain Mabanckou is not (it) to work smoothly. She promotes twelve novels, The haunts are immortal (Threshold). Record more politics than ever, where a small family history is massaged with a great story. He longed for the novel Grand Prix at the Académie française, and this week's literary awards were not on any list. This does not prevent his book from going to the tenth position of best-selling novels according to GFK's estimates on October 31.
The author also writes a book about the Francophonie film in Johannesburg (South Africa) with one of the finest African intellectuals, Cameroon Achille Mbembe, who teaches history and political science. A pamphlet designed for 2019, which should cause noise. Because a man with a cane has learned to be angry.
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