7 African French Authors You Should Know

African French writers are serving up hot stuff and we thought you should meet some of them.

1. Alain Mabanckou – Congo.
Alain Mabanckou is a novelist, journalist, poet, and academic, a French citizen born in the Republic of the Congo, he is currently a Professor of Literature at UCLA. He is best known for his novels and non-fiction writing depicting the experience of contemporary Africa and the African diaspora in France.

If you were to meet your favorite author, what would you tell them? – by Tribesmen.

WhatsApp tribe. Community Manager (Zoltan): Good evening Tribesmen!!  If you were to meet your Favorite Author , who would that be and what would you say to them??  (Put the name first and your epistle), we would be sharing this and tagging them! Let’s do this!  Victoria: Hmm  Dear Wole Soyinka,  I have so many …

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SECOND- CLASS CITIZEN – BUCHI EMECHETA: A REVIEW.

Second- Class citizen was written by Nigerian author, Florence Onyebuchi Emecheta, better known as BuchiEmecheta. Most people are familiar with her book, The Joys of Motherhood. The novel was originally published in London in 1974 and was published the following year in the USA. The book may be called a novella as it has 174 pages. It is often regarded as a semi-autobiographical work and was later published in one volume, together with the author’s other book, The Bride Price.

Logical Progressions in Writing- Sequel to Tips on Writing for beginners.

Gathering and Arranging researched information for representation in an article might come in easy for some people, but for some of us, it might not come in that easy.
Every essay or article should gradually present the points of the author in a logical and reasonable sense and most of the time in sober articles, I found out that the author actually had a point but lost focus in presenting it reasonably for the audience. So I decided to help. How?
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