AVIGNON 2013 : LE FLOW OU LE CORPS DÉBORDANT dans la pièce Et si je les tuais tous Madame d'Aristide Tarnagda

Abstract : How does Aristide Tarnagda's writing relate to flow, a term that is used more to mean rhythm and prosody in the style of spoken world or slam? This style is also found in the jazz writing of Koffi Kwahulé, an author that Tarnagda designates as the inspirer of his own writing. Through the play "And if I kill them all Madam," we will try to define how the writing of Tarnagda is flowing, flowing beyond the sole function of speech to fit into the song of the world , as a call to both resistance and recognition.
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Isabelle Elizéon. AVIGNON 2013 : LE FLOW OU LE CORPS DÉBORDANT dans la pièce Et si je les tuais tous Madame d'Aristide Tarnagda. Revue Africultures, Editions L'Harmattan, 2013, Homosexualités en Afrique, pp.262-265. ⟨http://old.africultures.com/php/index.php?nav=livre&no=14520#⟩. ⟨hal-01469804⟩

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