Véronique Tadjo

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Véronique Tadjo
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịCôte d'Ivoire, France Dezie
Aha enyereVéronique Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya21 Julaị 1955 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụParis Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaFrench language Dezie
Asụsụ ọ na-edeFrench language Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụode akwukwo ifo, odee uri, children's writer, onye nkuzi, Odee akwụkwọ Dezie
ụdị ọrụ yaÁbu Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọParis-Sorbonne University - Paris IV, University of Paris, Félix Houphouët Boigny University Dezie
Ihe nriteGrand prix littéraire en poésie d'Afrique noire Dezie
webụsaịtịhttps://veroniquetadjo.com/ Dezie
Véronique Tadjo
WebsiteÀtụ:Website

Véronique Tadjo (amụrụ n'afọ 1955) bụ odee, onye na-ede uri, onye na-ede akwụkwọ akụkọ, na onye na-ese ihe na Côte d'Ivoire. Ebe ọ bụ na o biri ma rụọ ọrụ n'ọtụtụ mba n'ime kọntinent Afrịka na mba ofesi, ọ na-eche na ọ bụ onye Afrịka, n'ụzọ a na-egosipụta na isiokwu, ihe oyiyi na ihe ndị metụtara ọrụ ya.[1]

Véronique Tadjo n'oge ọgụgụ ọha na eze na Frankfurt/Main, 2001.

Akụkọ ndụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Afọ ndị mbụ na agụmakwụkwọ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

A mụrụ ya na Paris, Véronique Tadjo bụ nwa nwanyị nke onye ọrụ gọọmentị Ivory Coast na onye na-ese ihe na onye na-ese ihe na France. A zụlitere ya na Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, ya na ezinụlọ ya mere njem ga ọtụtụ ebe.[2]

Tadjo gụsịrị akwụkwọ ma nweta nzere BA ya na Mahadum Abidjan na nzere doctorate ya na Sorbonne na African-American Literature and Civilization . N'afọ 1983, ọ gara Mahadum Howard dị na Washington, D.C., na agụmakwụkwọ Fulbright.[3][4]

Ọrụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

N'afọ 1979, Tadjo họọrọ ịkụzi Bekee na Lycée Moderne de Korhogo (ụlọ akwụkwọ sekọndrị) na mpaghara ugwu nke Côte d'Ivoire. O mechara bụrụ onye nkuzi na ngalaba Bekee na Mahadum Abidjan ruo n'afọ 1993.[5][6]

N'afọ 1984, o bipụtara akwụkwọ uri mbụ ya, Latérite/Red Earth, na-enweta ihe nrite edemede site na Agence de Coopération Culturelle et Technique. Edepụtara Tadjo na 1992 anthology Daughters of Africa, nke Margaret Busby dezigharịrị.[7]

N'afọ 1998, o sonyere na ọrụ "Rwanda: Ecrire par devoir de mémoire" (Rwanda: Ide maka ncheta) ya na otu ndị edemede Afrịka gara Rwanda iji gbaa akaebe banyere mgbukpọ agbụrụ nke Rwanda na ihe si na ya pụta. Akwụkwọ ya bụ L'Ombre d'Imana (2000) sitere n'oge ya na Rwanda.[8]

N'ime afọ ole na ole gara aga, ọ kwadoro ọmụmụ ihe na ide na iji ihe osise akwụkwọ ụmụaka na Mali, Benin, Chad, Haiti, Mauritius, French Guiana, Burundi, Rwanda, United States, na South Africa. N'afọ 2006, o sonyere na mgbụsị akwụkwọ nke International Writing Program na Mahadum Iowa.

Tadjo ebiela na Paris, Lagos, Mexico City, Nairobi na London. Ọ nọ na Johannesburg mgbe 2007 gasịrị dị ka onye isi nke French Studies na Mahadum nke Witwatersrand .

Onyinye[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Tadjo natara Literary Prize nke L'Agence de Cooperation Culturelle et Technique na 1983 na UNICEF Prize na 1993 maka Mamy Wata na Monster, nke a họọrọ dịka otu n'ime 100 Best Books of the 20th Century nke Africa, otu n'etiti naanị akwụkwọ ụmụaka anọ ahọpụtara.[9]

N'afọ 2005, Tadjo meriri Ihe nrite Grand prix littéraire d'Afrique noire. N'afọ 2016 o ritere Bernard Dadié national grand prize for literature. Akwụkwọ ya nke 2021 In the Company of Men meriri <i id="mwWw">Los Angeles Times</i> Book Award for Fiction .[10][11][12]

Ọrụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Abụ uri[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  • Latérite (Edicions Hatier "Monde noir Poche", 1984). Mbipụta asụsụ abụọ, Red Earth São Latérite; nke Peter S. Thompson sụgharịrị (Washington University Press, 2006)
  • A vol d'oiseau (Éditions Harmattan; 1986); nke Wangui wa Goro sụgharịrị n'aha As The Crow Flies (Heinemann African Writers Series, 2001)
  • Ọkara N'Ụzọ (Harmattan Editions, 2000)

Akwụkwọ akụkọ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  • Le Royaume aveugle (Éditions Harmattan, 1991); nke Janis Mayes sụgharịrị dị ka The Blind Kingdom (Ayebia Clarke Publishing, 2008)
  • Ebe a na-alụ ọgụ na ịhụnanya (Éditions Présence Africaine; Les Nouvelles Éditions Ivoiriennes, 1999)
  • L'ombre d'Imana: Voyages jusqu'au bout du Rwanda, Actes Sud, 2000); nke Veronique Wakerley sụgharịrị dị ka The Shadow of Imana: Travels in the Heart of Rwanda (Heinemann AWS, 2002)
  • Reine Pokou (Actes Sud, 2005); nke Amy B. Reid sụgharịrị dị ka Queen Pokou (ayebia Clarke Publishing, 2009)
  • Loin de mon père (Actes Sud, 2010); nke Amy B. Reid sụgharịrị dị ka Far from My Father (University of Virginia Press/CARAF, 2014)
  • Na Company of Men (Other Press, 2021, )

Ụmụaka[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  • Abụ nke Ndụ (1990)
  • Lord of the Dance: An African Retelling (Le Seigneur de la Danse; Nouvelles Editions Ivoiriennes, 1993; 1988)
  • Nne Nana (Nanan nne; Nouvelles Editions Ivoiriennes, 1996; 2000)
  • Masque, gwa m (Nouvelles Editions Ivoiriennes)
  • Si j ́étais roi, si j ́étais reine (Nouvelles Editions Ivoiriennes); nke onye edemede sụgharịrị dị ka If I Were a King, If I Were A Queen (London: Milet Publishing, 2002)
  • Mamy Wata na Monster (Mamy Wata na Monster) (Nouvelles Editions Ivoiriennes, 1993; Prix UNICEF, 1993; mbipụta asụsụ abụọ London: Milet Publishing, 2000)
  • Le Grain de Maïs Magique (Nouvelles Editions Ivoiriennes, 1996)
  • Le Bel Oiseau et la Pluie (Nouvelles Editions Ivoiriennes, 1998)
  • Nelson Mandela: "Mba na ịkpa ókè agbụrụ" (Actes Sud Junior, 2010)
  • Ayanda, nwatakịrị nwanyị na-achọghị itolite (Actes Sud Junior, 2007; Nouvelles Editions Ivoiriennes/CEDA)

Ọgụgụ ihe ọzọ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  • Tim Steckler, "Rootedness and Openness in The Life and Works of Véronique Tadjo (b. 1955)", South African History Online. E nwetara ya na 12 Mee 2022.</ref>

Ebensidee[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  1. Veronique Tadjo’s Literary Pan Africanism, The Culture Trip.
  2. "Véronique Tadjo: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French", The University of Western Australia/French, 25 December 1995.
  3. Tadjo, Véronique 1955– | Encyclopedia.com. www.encyclopedia.com. Retrieved on 2022-05-22.
  4. Murphy (2006-12-21). Black Authors and Illustrators of Books for Children and Young Adults (in en). Routledge. ISBN 978-1-135-87355-4. 
  5. Véronique Tadjo - Academia.edu. independent.academia.edu. Retrieved on 2022-05-22.
  6. James S. Coleman Memorial Lecture: Oral Tradition, Religious Syncretism and Politics: The Example of Cote d'Ivoire. www.international.ucla.edu. Retrieved on 2022-05-22.
  7. Odhiambo (17 January 2020). 'New Daughters of Africa' is a must read for aspiring young women writers. The Nation.
  8. Hitchcott (2009-04-01). "A Global African Commemoration - Rwanda: ecrire par devoir de memoire" (in en). Forum for Modern Language Studies 45 (2): 151–161. DOI:10.1093/fmls/cqp003. ISSN 0015-8518. 
  9. African Writing Online, No 7.
  10. Los Angeles Times Book Prizes Winners Announced (22 April 2022).
  11. Pineda. "Rep. Adam Schiff, Véronique Tadjo and Paul Auster among winners of the L.A. Times Book Prizes", Los Angeles Times, April 23, 2022.
  12. Ibeh (11 May 2022). Ivorian Novelist Veronique Tadjo Wins LA Times Top Book Prize for Novel on Ebola. Brittle Paper. Retrieved on 12 May 2022.

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