Longman, 1994 - 171 pages
As Mariama Bo wrote this, her second novel, she was aware that she was dying, yet she writes with crusading vigour in defence of women, as one who revels in the art of story-telling.
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A sad story, in which all characters are fallible. The legacy of a colonial and racist structure falls heavily on the lives of Ousmane, Mireille, and every other character in the book, as Ba reveals the real costs behind political platitudes that are borne our of real suffering. Consulter l'avis complet