Viaggio e incertezza, fatalità e ribellione in Ekomo di María Nsue Angüe

María Nsue Angüe’s novel Ekomo (1985) is a classic of hispanophone Equatorial Guinea, presenting the world vision and experience of a young woman, an ethnic Fang living in rural area, during the decolonization of Africa. This study examines the spacetime coordinates and the cultural conflicts detectable in the text and proposes a map of the main interacting isotopies: journey (therapeutic, initiatory, through memory and myths) and borders (physical, temporal, mental and between life and death),...
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