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Over the past few days, 65-year-old Dominique Barbéris (photo) has been having a talk show circuit to present her latest book  “Une façon d’aimer“, for which she has just won the French Academy’s Grand Prize for Fiction (Grand Prix du roman de l’Académie française). In each of her interviews, the French novelist eagerly talks about Douala where her father worked in the 1950s and where she was born, in 1958, a few years before the end of the French colonial rule.  

“I’d been thinking about writing about Cameroon for a long time,” she confided on the France 24 set, explaining that her father’s passing prompted her to revive this long-held project. “I had the feeling that the traces of what he had experienced in Cameroon in the 1950s with my mother, who had joined him, were going to disappear,” she added….Click here to read the full article

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