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Mauritius and Tanzania

Mauritius and Tanzania

Richard Sedley Assonne (1961– ), Francophone journalist and poet.[108] Thomi Pitot de la Beaujardiere (born 1779), Francophone poet.[109] Lilian Berthelot, poet.[110] Jean Blaize (1860–1937), Francophone writer.[111] Marcel Cabon (1912–1972), Francophone novelist.[112] Charles Castellan (1812–1851), Francophone poet.[113] Raymond Chasle (1930–1996), Francophone diplomat and poet.[114] Malcolm de Chazal (1902–1981), writer, painter and visionary. Francois Chrestien (1767–1846), Mauritian Creole poet and singer.[115] Lindsey Collen (1948– ), novelist and activist also associated with South Africa. Carl de Souza (1949– ), Francophone novelist.[116] Ananda Devi (1957– ), Francophone novelist and poet.[117] Maurice Duverge (1849–1891), Francophone poet.[118] Jacques Edouard (1964– ), Francophone journalist, poet and writer.[119] Jean Fanchette (1932–1992), Francophone poet and psychoanalyst.[120] Charles Gueuvin (1834–1905), Francophone poet.[121] Robert-Edward Hart (1891–1954), francophone poet and novelist.[122] Stefan Hart De Keating (1971– ), Francophone slam poet.[123] J. M. G. Le Clezio (1940– ), Francophone writer also associated with France. Leoville L'Homme (1857–1928), Francophone poet.[124] Yusuf Kadel (1970– ), Francophone poet and playwright.[125] Raymonde de Kervern (1899–1973), Francophone poet.[126] Felicien Mallefille (1813–1868), Francophone novelist and playwright. Edouard Maunick (1931– ), Francophone poet, writer, and diplomat.[Killam & Rowe] [Gikandi] Jean-Georges Prosper (1933– ), poet.[127] Camille de Rauville (1910– ), Francophone writer.[128] Pierre Renaud (1921–1976), Francophone poet.[129] Amal Sewtohul (1971– ), diplomat and writer in French and Mauritian Creole.[130] Khal Torabully (1956– ), Francophone poet. Paul-Jean Toulet (1867–1920), Francophone poet and writer in French and Mauritian Creole. Abhimanyu Unnuth (1937– ), Hindi writer.[131] Dev Virahsawmy (1942– ), politician and playwright. Agoro Anduru (1948–1992), short story writer.[Killam & Rowe] Mark Behr (1963– ), fiction writer also connected with South Africa. Chachage Seithy Chachage ( –2006), sociologist and Swahili novelist.[147] Abdulrazak Gurnah (1948– ), novelist and critic.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Ebrahim N. Hussein (1943– ), playwright, essayist, poet and translator.[Gikandi] [Gikandi & Mwangi] [Killam & Rowe] Euphrase Kezilahabi (1944– ), novelist, poet and scholar. Jacqueline Kibacha, poet.[148] Aniceti Kitereza (1896–1981), novelist. Amandina Lihamba (1944– ), playwright.[149] Ismael R. Mbise, novelist and academic.[Gikandi] Penina Mlama, playwright.[150] Sandra A. Mushi, poet.[151] Elvis Musiba ( –2010), businessman and Swahili novelist.[152] Godfrey Mwakikagile, writer and specialist in African studies. Ras Nas, musician and poet. Julius Nyerere (1922–1999), politician and writer.[Gikandi & Mwangi] Peter Palangyo (1939–1993), novelist.[Gikandi] [Gikandi & Mwangi] [Killam & Rowe] Prince Kagwema (1931– ), novelist.[Killam & Rowe] Hammie Rajab, Swahili novelist.[153] Shaaban Robert (1909–1962), Swahili novelist and poet.[Gikandi] Gabriel Ruhumbika (1938– ), novelist and short story writer.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Edwin Semzaba, novelist, playwright, actor and director. Robert Bin Shaaban (1902–1962), poet, author and essayist. Shafi Adam Shafi, Swahili novelist.

 
 

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