Corpus de la littérature francophone de l'Afrique noire
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Full text collection covering the entire French speaking Sub-Saharan Africa, from Benin to Togo, representing about twenty countries and more than a hundred ethnic groups. Includes oral and written literatures from the origins to Independence. The written literature comes from works widely distributed or from publications with a local or temporary distribution, such as periodicals, parish bulletins, school report books, etc. The oral literature was collected by monks, civil servants, soldiers and French, foreign, or local academics--including dictionaries, grammars, and early 19th century teaching methods of African languages. Bilingual versions are given for every French text that has a counterpart in an African language. Searchable by author, title, genre, country, ethnicity, and keyword.
- Nineteenth and twentieth century
- Full Text? Yes (French)
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