The Presence of the Mark of Colonial Discourse in Afropean Women Writers Fatou Diome, Léonora Miano and Lisette Lombé are Afropean writers who highlight the stigmatisation of racial belonging in social discourse and behaviour. They testify to the persistence of a colonial matrix approach that is implicit in actions, in choices and in discourses. The analysis of three works will shed light on how the literature deals with these situations.

Une question de regard? la marque coloniale chez les écrivaines afropéennes

Bricco Elisa
2022

Abstract

The Presence of the Mark of Colonial Discourse in Afropean Women Writers Fatou Diome, Léonora Miano and Lisette Lombé are Afropean writers who highlight the stigmatisation of racial belonging in social discourse and behaviour. They testify to the persistence of a colonial matrix approach that is implicit in actions, in choices and in discourses. The analysis of three works will shed light on how the literature deals with these situations.
Fatou Diome, Léonora Miano et Lisette Lombé sont des écrivaines afropéennes qui mettent en relief la stigmatisation de l’appartenance raciale dans les discours et les comportements sociaux. Elles témoignent de la persistance d’une approche de matrice coloniale qui se manifeste de manière implicite dans les actions, dans les choix, dans les discours. L’analyse de trois ouvrages permettra de mettre en lumière comment la littérature traite de ces situations.
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