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Journal
2013 | 4 | 125-138
Article title

La double eschatologie de Maurice Bandaman ou la métaphorisation d’une ardente quête de justice sociale

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The two eschatologies of Maurice Bandaman or the metaphorization of a burning search of social justice
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La double eschatologie de Maurice Bandaman ou la métaphorisation d’une ardente quête de justice sociale
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Le fils de la femme-mâle and La bible et le fusil of Maurice Bandaman, an Ivoirian novelist evoke two diegetic universes, the State of N’Kplimiti and the Republic of Ikse. These countries are respectively governed by Aganimo and Le Plus-que-patriarche, two pitiless potentates. Many sociohistorical indices show that the two degenerated societies painted in the novels are the caricature of the Côte d'Ivoire under Houphouët-Boigny’s authority at the end of the Twenti eth century. In these novels, the intrigues based on the features of the eschatological scenario of the Bible reveal, not only the author’s aversion for that dictatorial regime, his thirst for social justice, but also his faith in the future advent of a right and happy world.
PL
Le fils de la femme-mâle and La bible et le fusil of Maurice Bandaman, an Ivoirian novelist evoke two diegetic universes, the State of N’Kplimiti and the Republic of Ikse. These countries are respectively governed by Aganimo and Le Plus-que-patriarche, two pitiless potentates. Many sociohistorical indices show that the two degenerated societies painted in the novels are the caricature of the Côte d'Ivoire under Houphouët-Boigny’s authority at the end of the Twenti eth century. In these novels, the intrigues based on the features of the eschatological scenario of the Bible reveal, not only the author’s aversion for that dictatorial regime, his thirst for social justice, but also his faith in the future advent of a right and happy world.
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Issue
4
Pages
125-138
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published
2013-09-01
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2353-8953-year-2013-issue-4-article-1160
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