An author from Cameroon
writing in French
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Marie-Rose Abomo-Maurin was born in Sangmelima, a major centre in the Dja-et-Lobo Region of Southern Cameroon. Currently (2007) she teaches French literature in the Orleans Region in France. She is also a researcher with LLACAN/CNRS, a national centre for research in the field of linguistics, speech and cultures of Black Africa; as well she lectures in the Department of Literature, Languages and Human Science at Orleans. Marie-Rose Abomo-Maurin is the author of numerous articles on both written and oral literatures
Minkul mi nlem - Epines de mon espoir. Yaoundé: Editions de la Ronde, 2006. (126 p.). ISBN: 9956-107-26-7. Poetry. [Foreword by Jean-Claude Awono and Peface by Frank Lestringant].
Des prénoms comme un chapelet de cauchemars. Yaoundé: Editions Ifrikya, 2010. (150p.). ISBN: 9956-473-29-4. Short stories.
The University of Western Australia/French
Created: 19 April 2007
Modified: 04 January 2011
Archived: 27 November 2013