Scarlet Song

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Longman, 1985 - Literary Criticism - 171 pages
11 Reviews
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  - Sentharia - Goodreads

While I did not like this book that much personally, I must say the central theme of an interracial, cross-cultural marriage is used brilliantly in two ways: 1) as a way to make the trials faced by ... Read full review

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Section 2
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