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Desenchantememnt et engagement dans loeuvre romanesque de Zamenga Batukezanga: les hauts et les bas (1971). mon mari en greve (1986), un villageois a Kinshasa (1991) et chemin interdit (2008)

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dc.contributor.advisor Esobe, L. A.
dc.contributor.author Itela, Thais I. Mola
dc.date.accessioned 2017-03-13T15:06:31Z
dc.date.available 2017-03-13T15:06:31Z
dc.date.issued 216-02
dc.identifier.citation Itela, Thais I. Mola (216-) Desenchantememnt et engagement dans loeuvre romanesque de Zamenga Batukezanga: les hauts et les bas (1971). mon mari en greve (1986), un villageois a Kinshasa (1991) et chemin interdit (2008), University of South Africa, Pretoria, <http://hdl.handle.net/10500/22125> en
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10500/22125
dc.description.abstract Popular writer and man of the people, Zamenga Batukezanga, in 1971, wrote, using his personal experience, his first book entitled The Ups and downs. In his novel, he describes the life of a young villager, Difwayame, who disenchanted acceded the developed class assigned to fight the customs of his native land. In 1986, he published a book entitled My husband on strike. In this novel, he depicts the life of Laurent Lubaki, disenchanted by his clan adheres first the sect called The world will change, and then a catholic church to fight the customs of his native environment. In1991, he wrote and published A Villager in Kinshasa. In this novel, he showed the reader how Amuly who disillusioned by the mores of Kinshasa’s people returned to the village training first agriculture becomes rich and helps villagers. In 2008, he published a book entitled Forbidden way. In this novel, he describes the Hassein Ben Diouf who disillusioned by the behaviour of his mother leaves the house of his parents and adheres to as path as banned group to fight corruption, prostitution, dictatorship which block the development of his country. After carefully reading the above four novels, one realizes that Zamenga Batukezanga puts bare retrograde and anti-values that are common after the independence of his country. That is why from a book to another, he struggles against the retrograde customs and anti- values by evoking the suffering of young people. He keeps coming in his novels on a thematic or dialectic – disenchantment and commitment. What does he mean by disenchantment and commitment? How the two concepts manifest themselves in the works of Congolese writer? What means has he put at the disposal of young struggling to fight retrogrades customs and anti-values in order to achieve freedom? en
dc.format.extent 1 online resource (xi, 150 leaves)
dc.language.iso fr en
dc.subject Disenchantment en
dc.subject Commitment en
dc.subject Young en
dc.subject Old en
dc.subject Conservatives en
dc.subject Modernists en
dc.subject Violence en
dc.subject Conflict en
dc.subject Customs en
dc.subject Anti-values en
dc.subject Desenchantement
dc.subject Engagement
dc.subject Jeunes
dc.subject Vieux
dc.subject Conservateurs
dc.subject Modernistes
dc.subject Violence
dc.subject Coutumes
dc.subject Anti-valeurs
dc.subject Conflict
dc.subject.ddc 843.009
dc.subject.lcsh French fiction -- History and criticism
dc.title Desenchantememnt et engagement dans loeuvre romanesque de Zamenga Batukezanga: les hauts et les bas (1971). mon mari en greve (1986), un villageois a Kinshasa (1991) et chemin interdit (2008) en
dc.title.alternative Dissillusionment and commitment in the fictional work of Zamenga Batukezanga : the ups and downs (1971), My husband on strike (1986), A villager in Kinshasa (1991) and Forbidden way (2008) en
dc.type Thesis en
dc.description.department Linguistics and Modern Languages en
dc.description.degree D. Litt. et. Phil. (French)


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