Jacqueline Sorel - Camara Laye album download
|Camara Laye Raconte...|
|A1||Mes Ancêtres, La Forge, Le Serpent De Ma Race|
|A3||L'école, La Langue Française, La Vie En Haute-Guinée|
|A4||Comment J'ai Ecrit L'Enfant Noir|
|A5||Le Regard Du Roi, L'expérience Mystique|
- Printed By – Imprimerie Roger Belleville
- Interviewee – Camara Laye (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Interviewer – Jacqueline Sorel (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Kora – Demba Et Dialmadi Cissoko* (tracks: B), Famara Diabaté (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Voice – Francine Wagner (tracks: B), Robert Liensol (tracks: B)
NotesFold-out sleeve, comes with a 20x30cm booklet.
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Jacqueline Picasso or Jacqueline Roque (24 February 1927 – 15 October 1986) was best known as the muse and second wife of Pablo Picasso. Their marriage lasted 11 years until his death, during which time he created over 400 portraits of her, more than any of Picasso's other loves. Born in 1927 in Paris, she was only two when her father abandoned her mother and her four-year-old brother.
Camara Laye's authorship of Le Regard du roi was questioned by literary scholar Adele King in her book Rereading Camara Laye
The book focuses mostly about Camara Laye 's childhoo. The book focuses mostly about Camara Laye ‘s childhood and was written in the 1950s at a time when most African writers were talking about independence, negritude, panafricanism, etc. This earned Laye’s some tough remarks from Cameroonian author Mongo Beti and others about his lack of interest in panafricanism and African independences. Today, I present to you this poem, ‘A ma mère, To my mother‘ of Camara Laye to his mother (published in Coup de Pillon), which is in reality an ode to all African women, and all mothers around the globe.
Camara Laye was an African writer from Guinea. Camara Laye was born in Kouroussa, a town in what was then the colony of French Guinea. His mother was from the village of Tindican, and his immediate childhood surroundings were not predominantly influenced by French culture.
About Camara Laye: During his time at college he wrote The African Child (L'Enfant noir), a novel based loosely on his own childhood. His family name is Camara, and following the tradition of his community, it precedes his given name-Laye. He attended both the Koranic and French elementary schools in Kouroussa.
Louise Sorel, Actress: Days of Our Lives. A flashy, aggressive villainess and eternally hopeless meddler on a number of soaps, Louise Sorel has given her opulent, show-stopping characters major doses of humor and grit that have allowed her to become one of daytime's more popular figures for over two decades. She joined Days of Our Lives (1965) as the manipulative Vivian Alamain in March.