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Franco-Congolese Alain Mabanckou, an important figure in Francophone literature, criticizes the community's fascination in Africa and its peace of mind for the autocratic regimes of the continent. While wearing a happy and engaged voice.
He chose toucans. A symbol, surely. Toucan as a boucan. Toucan loves this tropical bird. Not at all, he denies the writer Alain Mabanckou, who sings the sliced remarks louder and louder. He could have chosen butterflies, birds or flowers. Hundreds of shirts, maybe one hundred and fifty by the owner, buys by ten, it's his little pleasure.
This morning in the morning, he took one in the stake. A joyful motif that matches the beauty of her eternal beauty in Paris. A garden surrounded by walls with a sunny terrace and colorful chairs.
The French-Congolese writer, who raged the United States and France, stayed in the Récollets for six months, a former monastery turned into an artist's house near the Gare de l'Est. Love the atmosphere "The impression of entering another small country" and also a night club with indoor bar.
But be careful, Alain Mabanckou is there (it) not to run smoothly. Supporting the twelfth novel, The storks are immortal (Sill). It's more a political book than ever before when the history of the little family is rubbed with the big story. He narrowly missed the novel's Grand Prix by the Académie française, and this week did not appear in any of the literary awards. This does not prevent his book from occupying the tenth position of the best-selling novels in the fall, according to GFK estimates on October 31st.
The author also wrote a book on Francofhonie, Achilles Mbembe of Cameroon, teaching history and political science in Johannesburg, South Africa, one of the brightest African intellectuals. A planned brochure for 2019 to make noise. Because the man with the tukhi learned to be angry.
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Alain Mabanckou, a little …