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    Andre Gide
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Travels in the Congo (French: Voyage au Congo) is a travel diary by the French author André Gide. It was published 1927 by Gallimard in France

Travels in the Congo (French: Voyage au Congo) is a travel diary by the French author André Gide. It was published 1927 by Gallimard in France. It is often published together with another one of his travel diaries called Return from Chad (French: Retour du Tchad)

Travels in the Congo. by. Gide, André, 1869-1951. 375 p. : "Originally published as Voyage au Congo and Le retour du Tchad. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

Travels in the Congo. Trent University Library Donation.

Travels in the Congo book. Although Allegret In July 1925, French novelist André Gide, accompanied by filmmaker Marc Allegret, his lover, took a ten-month trip that encompassed the French Congo, touched briefly on the Belgian Congo, and then swung north to Chad, the territory of Ubangui-Shari, and coming back to the ocean via a long journey through the entire length of Cameroon.

ANDRE GIDE travelled for 11 months in the western French African colonies, with his lover MARC ALLEGRET who shot a documentary under the same title: VOYAGE AU CONGO

ANDRE GIDE travelled for 11 months in the western French African colonies, with his lover MARC ALLEGRET who shot a documentary under the same title: VOYAGE AU CONGO. Gide was not an effete epicurian and he shows his anger against he unspeakable treatment of the Africans by the private companies and against the colonial administration who doesn't do anything. He came from a rich family and we can't expect from him a denunciation of colonialism in its principle. It's only a system to be improved by the French government against the greed of the colonial agents.

Doing that is against . and international laws. ANDRE GIDE TRAVELS IN THE CONGO, Penguin Travel Library, Translated by Dorothy Bussy, Penguin Books, printed in 1986. This item is a book 5 1/4" by 7 3/4" 308 page softcover copy

Doing that is against . This item is a book 5 1/4" by 7 3/4" 308 page softcover copy. This book is in good condition with some soiling and rubbing of the covers, there is some sun stain on the pages but they are readable, clean and tight, I did not see any writing on the pages

Title: Travels in the Congo Publisher: ALFRED A KNOPF Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Fair Dust Jacket Condition . 1. Travels in the Congo. Translated by Dorothy Bussy

Title: Travels in the Congo Publisher: ALFRED A KNOPF Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Fair Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Translated by Dorothy Bussy. Published by Modern Age Books, New York (1937).

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Travels in the Congo is a classic, albeit obscure, memoir detailing André Gide’s travels from July 1926 through to May 1927 in French Equatorial Africa (currently the Republic of the Congo, the Central African Republic, Chad, and Cameroon. Gide travels with his lover, Marc Allégret, who creates a film from their adventures also known as Travels in the Congo

Travels in the Congo. 1927) A non fiction book by André Gide. 1994 ECCO PRESS trade paperback, Andre Gide (The Immoralist). In July 1925, French novelist Andre Gide, accompanied by filmmaker Marc Allegret, his lover, took a ten-month trip that encompassed the French Congo, touched briefly on the Belgian Congo, to bear witness to the lives of the natives. Used availability for Andre Gide's Travels in the Congo.

Other articles where Travels in the Congo is discussed: André Gide: Great creative period. ublished . ublished Voyage au Congo (1927; Travels in the Congo), in which he criticized French colonial policies. The compassionate, objective concern for humanity that marks the final phase of Gide’s life found expression in political activities at this time. He became the champion of society’s victims and outcasts, demanding more humane.

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