Marie Félicité EBOKEA|
An author from France and Cameroon
writing in French
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Marie-Felicité Ebokea comes from the Cameroon although she moved to France when she was quite young. She studied for her Masters in Comparative Literature at Paris VIII University. She also taught and studied in the United States for a period of two years and obtained a Masters in Arts. Upon returning to Europe, she spent some years in Bruxelles in the mid 1990s before moving back to Paris where she now lives (2000).
Her writing is overtly feminist and is both rich and provoking.
Femmes Fragmentées [Fragmented Women]. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1994. (79p.). ISBN 2 7384 2738 9. Short stories.
Retour à Douala [Back to Douala]. Paris: Editions Thierry Magnier. 2002. (128p.). ISBN 2 84420 172 5. Novel.
Ayolée's Song : English translation by Maren Hill of "Le chant d'Ayolée" (2003).
Mbéla et la perle de Mamiwater. Paris: Editions Belin, 2006. (24p.). ISBN: 2 7011 4330 6. Children's book. [Illustrated by Muriel Diallo].
The University of Western Australia/French
Created: 27 October 1997
Modified: 8 October 2007
Archived: 21 December 2012