Récit de soi et latence langagière dans Mes hommes à moi de Ken Bugul

In her novel Mes hommes à moi, Ken Bugul, through the narrator, exposes the problem of her sexuality and the effects of colonization. In an attempt to understand the relationship between self-narrative and the latency of the author’s discourse, i ask myself in what way the self-story reveals the emancipation of the author and at the same time the truths of the world? The theories of pragmatic and the autobiography will help us to see through the said and not-said discourse of the narrator, a form of liberation and even emancipation of the author.

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