The classical and dissident African writer Mongo Beti perpetually uses the theme of man’s quest for freedom in everything he does. In fact, the philosophy of “Rubénism” is found in each of his works. Given that man must survive in the “ocean of shit” he lives in, the writer, using a popular language, freely chooses to add some humour to everyday life. Thus, the text we studied appeared as a genuine thriller, complete with comedy and tragedy, which presents a deviation from more formal writing. This is the main idea of this analysis, which consists of showing Trop de soleil tue l’amour as an expression of the ill-being that exists in the writing of Mongo Beti.
Wamba, Rodolphine Sylvie
"Trop de soleil tue l'amour : une expression de l'écriture du
mal-être de Mongo Beti,"
Présence Francophone: Revue internationale de langue et de littérature: Vol. 63
, Article 13.
Available at: https://crossworks.holycross.edu/pf/vol63/iss1/13