V. S. NAIPAUL’S AFRICAN MASQUES

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Safou Raphael

by Raphael Safou

2012-06-14
 

 

 

Is V.S. Naipaul’s The Masque of Africa•1  a book that lapses into Afro-Pessimism? And if that is the case, — “Nobel oblige,” moreover!  —  should  it  be  free  to  hold  forth  on  anything  and everything? 
That said, what reproaches can be made against this work? We do not propose to discuss here how to determine whether the work in question is one worthy of being ranked in the classification of the great categories of literature. 

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