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Les littératures du Maghreb et d’Afrique subsaharienne

Lectures croisées I

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Edited By Anne Begenat-Neuschäfer, Daniel Delas, Tania Celestino de Macedo and Khalid Zekri

On pense rarement l’Afrique du Nord et celle du Sud ensemble, clivage ancien ou une des multiples conséquences du regard colonial ? Défis et tensions des littératures transnationales convergent vers un embodiment transnational à partir de l’Afrique. L’approche comparatiste s’avère riche pour appréhender le nouvel ancrage identitaire.
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Penser la langue : Maghreb/Afrique subsaharienne

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The question of which language to choose for writing has been the object of passionate debates since decolonization until the early Eighties. However, the positions were divided between an individual “appropriation” of the European languages and a political and ideological confrontation with them. In the Maghreb, the first case is pushed to its extremes by Abdelkébir Khatibi while in Sub-Saharan Africa Ngugi Wa Thiong’o illustrates the latter. The present article analyzes these two positions through aporetic and political paradigms.

On ne peut pas s’interroger sur lalittérature africaine ni sur la languedans laquelle elle est écrite sansréfléchir aux enjeux politiquesd’une telle question.Ngugi wa Thiong’o

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