Marie-Claire-Eléonore-Débochère Matip …

Marie-Claire-Eléonore-Débochère Matip (born 1938) is a Cameroonian writer living in Paris. Her autobiographical novel Ngonda, published in 1958, is one of the first French-language texts to be published by a sub-Saharan African woman.[1] Early life Marie-Claire Matip was born in 1938 in Eséka. Her father, Matip Ma Soundjock or Henri Matip,[2] was a tribal leader among the Bassa people, the […]

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