Utopies et angoisses de l’entre-deux identitaire chez les exilés/migrants africains : La Traversée nocturne d’Isaac Bazié
Taking into account the emerging context and the twist and turns of utopia identified in the works of Thomas More, this study aims at presenting the case of La Traversée nocturne by Isaac Bazié, better known as a literary critic than as an author. This text gives us the opportunity to examine the thematic and ideological profile of the Francophone African Novel resulting from immigration, in the sense that, La Traversée nocturne addresses issues related to migration, following earlier works by Cheik Hamidou Kane, Alain Mabanckou and Fatou Diome, and life back home, in the wake of the social criticism that underlies the African Novel.
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