Marie Thérèse ASSIGA AHANDA|
An author from Cameroon
writing in French
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Marie-Thérèse Assiga Ahanda, born Princess Atangana, trained as a chemist. She worked for a few years at Yaoundé's University before moving to the Congo with her husband. Upon returning to Cameroon, she became a delegate to the Cameroonian National Assembly from 1983 to 1988. She is currently (1996) Head of the local "Chefferie".
Sociétés africaines et 'High Society': Petite ethnologie de l'arrivisme [African societies and 'High Society': A small ethnology of ambitiousness] Libreville: Lion, 1978. Novel.
Vincent and Mathilde return to their country but after the initial excitement, the young couple realises that many changes have taken place during their absence. Now that the country's economy is no longer subjected to a colonial administration, it is in full expansion, but unfortunately the new elites are obsessed with money, and intrigues poison government circles.
Je suis raciste [I am a racist]. Yaoundé: CLE, 1982. [Book not sighted]
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