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From the Colonialist to the African Novel
Cultural Conflict During the 1950s and 1960s
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African novel African writers Aissatou Algerian Arabic Assia Djebar avait Ba's Bakayoko baobab becomes Beti bois de Dieu Bouts de bois Bugul c'est Camara Laye childhood colonialist Conrad contrast cultural Dakar Dakar-Niger railway Dalila death Denis depicts desert Djebar emphasizes enclosure European experience Fama Fama's fantasia Father Drumont Fatima female bonding femme francophone griot Hajila harem hero identity important initiation Islam Isma itinerary journey motif Kabylia Kane Kane's Kateb Yacine Kem Tanne Ken Bugul Ken's Kourouma Kurtz L'Enfant noir Lakhdar language Laye's Leila Sebbar Maghrebian Malinke Mammeri Marlow meme missionary Modou Mokhtar Mongo Beti mother Mouloud Mammeri Mourad narrator Nedjma novelist oral narrative oral tradition patriarchal political polygamy prison protagonist public space Quranic Rachid Ramatoulaye reader recalls reveals role Sahara Samba Samba Diallo Sanga Boto Sebbar self-understanding Sembene Sembene's Senegalese Sherazade Sherazade's society spiritual storyteller struggle Thierno tout transformation Tuaregs village Wolof woman women word writing