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Author Ndi, Bill F.

Title Les douleurs de la plume noire : du Cameroun anglophone à Haïti / Bill F. Ndi, Dieurat Clervoyant, Peter W. Vakunta
Published Mankon, Bamenda : Langaa ; [East Lansing, Mich.] : Distributed in N. America by Michigan State University Press, [2010]
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Description 1 online resource (136 pages)
Summary This collection is produced by a trio which in reverse order recalls the trio Senghor, Csaire, Damas; one African and two Caribbeans who were flag bearer of a protest for the recognition of fundamental rights of which Blacks were deprived of. In the same vein, the Clervoyant, Ndi and Vakunta trio: a Caribbean and two Africans in a globalised world dissect and trace, through their poetry the horrible affliction of postcolonial pain Blacks suffer from in spite of the fight put up by their predecessors for the obtainment of fundamental human rights. For this trio, the black pen will continue to bleed until the pain is buried. That will be the only way for all from English speaking Cameroon to Haiti to lead a life worthy of its name
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Subject African poetry.
Caribbean poetry.
French poetry.
Genre/Form Cameroon poetry (French)
Haitian poetry
Form Electronic book
Author Clervoyant, Dieurat.
Vakunta, Peter W.
ISBN 9789956616282
9789956715589 (electronic bk.)
9956715581 (electronic bk.)