Fatou Diome: à la recherche de soi dans un espace étranger
Isah, Aisha Elizabeth
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Does Fatou Diome represent a specific voice for migrant African women in France? or does she promote an intellectualism that promote the European values? This close reading of la Préférence nationale, Le ventre de l’Atlantique and Ketala analyses the cultural message in Fatou Diome’s three first publications through the concept of the double author-ity and the personal experience of an American student.
Franklin and Marshall College Archives, Undergraduate Honors Thesis 2009. Permission to access this thesis electronically (via Scholars Square) has not been granted by the author. To access this thesis in print, please visit the Archives & Special Collections Reading Room, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA.
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