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Tabataba suivi de pawana  
Author J. M. G. Le Clézio "Tabataba" was written by Bernard-Marie Koltès and Hector Poullet.
Original title Tabataba suivi de pawana
Country France
Language French
Genre(s) Anthology
Publisher Ibis rouge éditions
Pages pages

Tabataba suivi de pawana is the title of two short stories "Tabataba" followed by Pawana(Awaité Pawana)in one book written in French by French author and Nobel laureate J. M. G. Le Clézio ."Tabataba" was written by Bernard-Marie Koltès and Hector Poullet.


Plot summary

"Hector POULLET"says that even if we choose the Creole expressions which are basically from Creole of the archipelago of Guadeloupe, we do not always find the right translation in other varieties of Creole.[Other territories such as]:

have their own creole languages which each have their own words that need to be drawn into the story to help retelling. [1]

Publication history


First French Edition

Le Clézio, J. M. G; Photographs by Daniel Goudrouffe and Jean-François Manicom. (in French). Tabataba suivi de pawana. Ibis rouge éditions.  


"Tabataba"was originally written for the stage by Bernard-Marie Koltès and was published by Koltes Edicion Conmemorativa, 1996.
OCLC 63550458

External links



  1. ^ "Coeur brule et autres romances". PRIX NOBEL 2008. Librairie Gaïa. 2006-10-10. Retrieved 2008-11-14. "Original French text:Même en choisissant les expressions guadeloupéennes les plus basilectales, on n'arrive pas toujours à trouver le bon terme et il faut alors puiser dans les langues sueurs que sont les créoles martiniquais, guyanais, dominiquais ou saint-lucien."  


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