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Buy the Paperback Book Segu by Maryse Conde at Indigo.ca, Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Conde depicts the Bambara of 1797, a kingdom in Africa flourishing before thecoming of Islam and slavery. The tale follows the Traore family, a noble clanentrusted by the king. The four Traore sons embody the contemporaneous forcestearing at the very.
Conde’s novel Segu spans significant time and space as a historical novel, and it broaches many themes that are salient in our consideration of the changes that were occurring. This paper should be an analysis of the most important historical aspects explored in the novel, with an overall thesis statement that argues for its importance as a work of fiction that brings those aspects into the.
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The Bridge of Beyond was reviewed, along with four other books, in the New York Times by Paul Theroux in May 1974 without a mention of Bray aside from the usual bibliographical information included in all book reviews. Theroux is drawn to the novel’s pastoral imagery, Schwarz-Bart’s talent for describing Guadeloupe’s tropical flora, and all the other elements that lend the novel to the.