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The Hail-Mary Pass of the Wretched of Emigration in Fatou Ndiom’s The Belly of the Atlantic

Mankind who has been looking forward finding back his Lost Paradise, has defined his life into an endless quest. A quest which has given ground to a topic of reflection among many African writers such as Fatou Diome, who in The Belly of the Atlantic, brings on surface the different aspects of African emigration in European countries. Thus, in this article, we drive, on the one hand, at exposing the misleading and impaired hope that attracts and motivates African young people to run away from their “miserable lives” to cross the Mediterranean and Atlantic oceans and, on the other hand, at highlighting the local solutions that do exist to stop such a social and topical phenomenon.


Auteur(s) : Abib SENE
Pages : 10 pages
Année de publication : 2018
Revue : International Journal of Literature and Arts
N° de volume : volume 7, issue 2
Type : Article
Statut Editorial : international
Mise en ligne par : SENE Abib