n French Studies in Southern Africa - Temps de Chien de Patrice Nganang : quand le texte se charge des réalités camerounaises
|Article Title||Temps de Chien de Patrice Nganang : quand le texte se charge des réalités camerounaises|
|© Publisher:||Association for French Studies in Southern Africa (AFSSA)|
|Journal||French Studies in Southern Africa|
|Publication Date||Jan 2004|
|Pages||75 - 93|
|Keyword(s)||1990s, Authenticite, Authenticity, Cameroon literature, Cameroonisation, Camerounisation, Decennie 1990, Democracy, Democratie, French language, Langue francaise, Litterature camerounaise, Neologism, Neologisme, Realism and Realisme|
Like Mongo Béti and Calixte Beyala, Patrice Nganang appears today as a prominent representative of African literature in general and Cameroon literature in particular. His work has its source in the will to depict social reality. This paper studies modes of appearance and mechanisms of insertion of Cameroon realities in Nganang's Temps de Chien (2001). In fact, this novel not only portrays reality as far as theme is concerned but also as far as linguistics is concerned.
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