Gabonese literature

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Gabonese literature, like many African literatures, began as an oral tradition.

Colonial writing[edit]

Many American and European, especially French, writers penned works on Gabon. Père Trilles is one of the main writers of these texts with Mille lieu's dans l'inconnu: de la côte aux rives du Djah (A Thousand Leagues Into the Unknown: From the Coast to the Banks of the Djah).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gabonese literature at a glance". Retrieved 12 December 2015.