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Five books by Maryse Condé to introduce you to the award-winning Guadeloupian writer

By Audrey H Small, Lecturer in the Department of French, Francophone and Luxembourg Studies, University of Sheffield
Guadeloupian writer Maryse Condé, who has died aged 90, left a body of work which includes many deeply nuanced and wide-ranging responses to the centuries of often violent contact between cultures and societies.

Take her bestselling pair of historical novels Segu (1984) and The Children of Segu (1985). Set in an early 19th-century royal court in what is now Mali, these books explored the profound changes…The Conversation

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