An author from the Ivory Coast
writing in French
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Marinette Secco was born in Paris in 1921 of a Canadian mother and a French father who was a businessman. She spent her childhood in Canada and France where she was still living at the oubreak of World War II. Two of her novels, "A Jew in the family" and "The destiny of a Jewish woman", deal with this period. A few years after the war, Marinette Secco married a French National of Lebaneese origin and followed him to the Ivory Coast, a Country where she leaved for fifty years. She returned to France when the Ivorian Civil War began in 2002.
Une Juive dans la famille. (2001). Self published, 2010. Novel.
Le Destin de la Juive. (2001). Self published, 2010. Novel.
Les Coupeurs de langues. (2001). Self published, 2010. Novel.
Poèmes de ma paillote. (2001). Self published, 2010. Poetry.
Le rat des cocotiers. Self published, 2008. Novel.
La case de l'or. Self published, 2008. Novel.
Larmes de graisse. Self published, 2008. Novel.
La Française de Belgrade. Self published, 2008. Journal.
La mort était présente au G7. Self published, 2008. Novel.
La Vie atypique d'un inventeur en Côte d'Ivoire : Maurice Delignon. Self published, 2008. Biography.
Site de Marinette Secco (in French) [Sighted 24 August 2010].
The University of Western Australia/French
Created: 09 August 2001
Modified: 24 August 2010
Archived: 27 November 2013