Scarlet Song

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Longman, 1985 - Literary Criticism - 171 pages
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Cultural differences between the families of Mireille, daughter of a French diplomat, and Ousmane, son of a poor Muslim family in Senegal, threatens to destroy their marriage

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User Review  - Maame Prempeh - Goodreads

"A white woman does not enrich a family. She impoverishes it by undermining its unity" The gospel according to Mariama Ba. I really have no sympathy for the caucascian woman in this novel. What she ... Read full review

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User Review  - Felister - Goodreads

women despite the color the prestige suffers the blows and sweets of love. any one of them is vulnerable to the ills of love. this book also poses the question, are you strong enough to break through the norms of a society without breaking down? Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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