Stella Irène Virginie ENGAMA|
An author from Cameroon
writing in French
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Stella Irène Virginie Engama was born in Cameroon in 1955. She has a Masters degree and a DEA in Law. In 1990 she founded the "Foundation Universelle Stella Engoma" for Education, Culture and Sport and currently lives in Yaoundé (2002).
Un Siècle d'agonie: Tome 1. Mystère de ma vie [A Century of Dying: 1. The Mystery of my life] FUSEE [B.P. 7285, Yaoundé], n.d. (300p). Biographical novel.
In the preface to this work, Professor Jacques Fame Ndongo states: "Stella Engama has successfully captured exactly the right language to tell the story of Queen Nga Ndongo, who, after having lived for a period of a hundred years, has finally been laid to rest. She relates these events from the latter's perspective in a series of instants, at times heady and exalted and at other times sad..."
Un Siècle d'agonie: Tome 2. L'univers brisé d'une Reine. Yaoundé: Editions FUSEE [B.P. 7285, Yaoundé], 1998. (236p.). [Préface de Jacques Fame Ndongo et Postace d'Adolphe Nyam]. Biographical novel.
Les chaînes du droit de cuissage. Yaoundé: Editions FUSEE, 2002. (197p.). Novel.
Les sentiments que l'on s'aime. Yaoundé: Editions Fusée, n.d. (74p.). Poetry.
The University of Western Australia/French