The Rule of Francois ("Papa Doc") Duvalier in Two Novels by Roger Dorsinville: Realism and Magic Realism in Haiti
A critical edition of two translated novels (The Mad King and The Creator and the Mad King), from the French, by Haitian writer Roger Dorsinville (1911-1992) on the rule of Francois Duvalier. A number of critical texts are appended, along with selected bibliography.
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