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The author of the book: Alain Mabanckou
Language: English
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 19.40 MB
Edition: 66thand2nd
Date of issue: May 2010
ISBN: 8896538084
ISBN 13: 9788896538081

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Amante degli abiti firmati, appassionato cultore del lato B delle donne e fine teorico del nodo alla cravatta, il protagonista e narratore di questo romanzo, soprannominato non a caso «il Sederologo», vive da solo in un vivacissimo quartiere di emigrazione nera nella periferia di Parigi dopo che la compagna lo ha abbandonato per fuggire con l'Ibrido, «un primate» dal discutibile talento musicale. Nella galleria di personaggi che animano la sua vita spiccano figure spassose: il martinicano Ippocrate, razzista militante che ha dimenticato di essere nero; il franco-ivoriano Roger, logorroico e importuno; Paul del grande Congo, acceso sostenitore dell'importanza dell'«altro lato» delle donne. Con una lingua ricca ed eclettica, Mabanckou ci parla di identità e alienazione, mettendo in evidenza gli eccessi e le debolezze degli immigrati urbanizzati e ridicolizzando il razzismo provinciale dei parigini, senza perdere la vena satirica che rende i suoi personaggi così veri.

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Ebook Black Bazar read Online! Alain Mabanckou was born in 1966 in Congo-Brazzaville (French Congo). He currently resides in Los Angeles, where he teaches literature at UCLA, having previously spent four years at the University of Michigan. Mabanckou will be a Fellow in the Humanities Council at Princeton University in 2007-2008. One of Francophone Africa's most prolific contemporary writers, he is the author of six volumes of poetry and six novels. He received the Sub-Saharan Africa Literary Prize in 1999 for his first novel, Blue-White-Red, the Prize of the Five Francophone Continents for Broken Glass, and the Prix Renaudot in 2006 for Memoirs of a Porcupine. He was selected by the French publishing trade journal Lire as one of the fifty writers to watch out for in the coming century. His most recent book is African Psycho.

Christine Schwartz Hartley is the translator of African Psycho. The former deputy editor of Art + Auction magazine is a freelance editor, translator, and writer based in Paris and Brooklyn. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Village Voice, Interior Design, and Elle Decor, among other publications. French-born, she holds a licence s-lettres (English) from the Universit Paris IVSorbonne, a diploma from the Institut dEtudes Politiques de Paris, and a masters in journalism from New York University.


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