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I found Yambo Ouologuem is perhaps Africa s most Controversial Writer His Novel Le Devoir Defound Yambo Ouologuem is perhaps Africa s most Controversial Writer His Novel Le Devoir De I found Yambo Ouologuem is perhaps Africa s most Controversial Writer His Novel Le Devoir De His novel Le devoir de which won the Prix Renaudot in 1968 was banned in France for than three decades before its ecent eappearance In the USA France and Africa Ouologuem s work has been criticized debated analyzed and interpreted by countless writers critics and professional academics many of whom emain sharply divided about his historical legacy The Yambo Ouologuem Reader offers a fresh translation of Le devoir de violence newly entitled The Duty of Violence along with. He writing brilliant but the subject matter. " Translations Of Two Other Texts By "Translations of two other texts by that have never appeared in the English language Ouologuem s controversial A Black Ghostwriter s Letter to France and an excerpt from his erotic novel A Thousand and One Bibles of Sex originally published under the pseudonym of Utto Rodolph not as known outside the Francophone world Ouologuem s other literary works are provocative texts in their own ight that also break new ground for African literature as well as also break new ground for African literature as well as further evidence of Ouologuem s literary genius Ouologuem s writ. .
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be terrifying Most of Ouologuem s eaders agree however that he is one of Africa s most Original Writers Who Isterrifying Most of Ouologuem s eaders agree however that he is one of Africa s most Original Writers Who Is who is to provoke disturb and unsettle those who ead his books The texts contained in The Yambo Ouologuem Reader are essential eading for all those interested in African literatu.