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by Maryse Conde

  • ISBN: 0894102338
  • Category: Religious books
  • Author: Maryse Conde
  • Subcategory: Religious Studies
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Three Continents Pr; English ed. edition (May 1982)
  • Pages: 176 pages
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Published January 1st 1982 by Three Continents Press (first published 1976)

Published January 1st 1982 by Three Continents Press (first published 1976).

In Maryse Condé's novel, Heremakhonon, the protagonist, Veronica thinks about the fact that she has never had a sexual relationship with a black man, but protests in her . Translated by Philcox, Richard. Three Continents Press. McEwan, Eileen Ketchum (2009).

In Maryse Condé's novel, Heremakhonon, the protagonist, Veronica thinks about the fact that she has never had a sexual relationship with a black man, but protests in her internal monologue that " no Mayotte Capécia. No!" On the other hand, Eileen Ketchum McEwan considers Veronica and Mayotte to be the same type of protagonist, because they are both engaged in a "narcissistic quest" to fall in love with men that reflect the self-image they would like to have of themselves. The Narcissistic Quest for Love in Lafayette, Capecia, and Conde".

Guadeloupian novelist Maryse Condé s novels, plays, and short stories have won wide acclaim in both English and French. She is professor of French at Columbia University. Richard Philcox is a translator of literary fiction.

Heremakhonon by Maryse Condé - book cover, description, publication history.

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Other articles where Hérémakhonon is discussed: Maryse Condé. he background for her novel Hérémakhonon (1976), about a young West Indian woman’s quest for roots. Un Saison à Rihata (1981; A Season in Rihata) is set in a late 20th-century African land. the background for her novel Hérémakhonon (1976), about a young West Indian woman’s quest for roots. Un Saison à Rihata (1981; A Season in Rihata ) is set in a late 20th-century African land.

French Guadeloupe Writer Maryse Condé Reading from Her Work (sound recording), Archive of Hispanic Literature .

French Guadeloupe Writer Maryse Condé Reading from Her Work (sound recording), Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape, Library of Congress (Washington, DC), 1999. Victoire, des Saveurs et des Mots: Récit, Mercure de France (Paris, France), 2006. Une Saison à Rihata, Robert Laffont (Paris, France), 1981, translation by Richard Philcox published as A Season in Rihata, Heinemann (London, England), 1988.

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Heremakhonon takes a different bent for Conde in which it seems that she was writing to a rhythmn of very fast-paced drums. It is more complex than Segu. Looking for herself the young protagonist goes to Africa leaving behind the subtle effects of racism in the US. It is an adventure for her and the reader. Anyone who likes the direct contact with the protagonist's mind will love this novel. In reading it, you don't have to wait long to find out exactly what she thinks in any situation, Conde puts it right there for you. It is a book written in an abrupt and intriging style.

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