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Tales of Kamanda by Kama Sywor Kamanda, Leopold Sedar Senghor
  

Tales of Kamanda

Written by Kama Sywor Kamanda, Leopold Sedar Senghor
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Part of the Tales of Kamanda Series

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Tales of Kamanda by Kama Sywor Kamanda, Leopold Sedar Senghor

Tales of Kamanda Vol. 1 by Kama Sywor Kamanda; 41 enchanting tales by Africa's greatest story teller.Kama Sywor Kamanda has produced a dozen anthologies of poetry, several hundred stories, four novels and three plays. The imagery in his stories comes from African traditions but mixes the fantastic and the real, conjuring up memorable pictures of sunlight, dark forests, beautiful princess and fearful monsters. Born in the Congo, he published his first collection of stories in 1967 when he was 15. He helped create the Union of Congolese Writers but fled Mobutu's Congo in 1977. He was the founding president of the African Association of Writers of which Leopold Sedar Senghor was the honorary president.His works have been translated into many languages and he has earned many prizes, including the Black Africa Grand Prize for Literature, the Paul Verlaine Prize and the Theophile Gautier prize from the Academie francaise. In 2005, the International Council for Francophone Studies conferred upon him the prestigious Maurice-Cagnon Certificate of Honour, for his unique contribution to world literature in French.B OOKS OF AFRICA is also publishing children's editions of two of his stories, Amana, the child who was a god and Prince Muntu . Published in collaboration with Editions DAGAN, Paris

About the Author

KAMA SYWOR KAMANDA is one of Africa's greatest story-tellers. His imagery comes from African traditions but constitutes a universe at the boundary between the fantastic and the author's own reality. Kamanda's works have been translated into many languages and he has earned many prizes, including the Black Africa Grand Prize for Literature, the Paul Verlaine Prize and the Theophile Gautier prize from the Academie francaise.

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Paperback
205 pages

Author

Kama Sywor Kamanda, Leopold Sedar Senghor
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Publisher

Books of Africa Ltd

Publication date

31st July 2016

ISBN

9780993503603


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