Franco-Congo Alain Mabanckou, a key figure in Francophone literature, criticizes the community's temptation in Africa, as well as France's satisfaction with the autocratic regimes of the continent. While wearing a happy and engaging voice.
He chose toucane. Symbol, urgent. Toucan as a boucan. Toucan like a tropical bird who likes to hear. Not at all, he rejects the writer Alain Mabanckou, whose chopped comments really harden, but louder and louder. I could choose butterflies, birds or flowers. T-shirts, it owns a hundred, maybe one hundred and fifty, buy for ten, it's a little enjoyable.
This September morning, he took one, for example, a pile. A cheerful motive that suits his eternal joy and the place where he receives it in Paris. Outside garden, surrounded by walls, with sun terrace and colorful chairs.
A French-Congolese writer who lives in the United States and France lives for six months in Récollets, and the former monastery became an artist's residence near Gare de l'Est. He likes the atmosphere, "Impression enters another small country" and also an indoor bar that is a nightclub.
But be careful, Alain Mabanckou is not there (yes) running smoothly. It promotes the twelfth novel, The lads are immortal (Prague). The book is more political than ever, where a small family history is fortified with a great story. The French Académie française quite missed the Grand Prix novel and did not appear in any of the list of literary awards this week. This does not prevent the book occupying its 10th place in the best-selling novel of the fall, according to GFK estimates on October 31st.
The writer also writes a book on Francophony with one of the most brilliant African intellectuals, Cameron Achille Mbembe, who teaches history and political science in Johannesburg (South Africa). Pamphlet planned for 2019, which should cause noise. Because the witch man learned to be angry.
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Alain Mabanckou, it's a little …