Liliane Ramarosoa is on the faculty at the Université d’Antananarivo. She specializes in the literatures of the Indian Ocean and francophone Africa and has lectured widely in that region of the world, as well as in Europe.
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There is currently in Madagascar a rich literary production (short stories, poetry, novels, plays) that has not yet reached the United States for lack of diffusion outside the country. Until recently, Madagascar suffered from political isolation resulting from its breakup with France in the 1970s and the eighteen years of Marxism that followed.
“There is currently a Madagascan boom in literary production—short stories, novels, plays—that has not yet reached the United States. Voices from Madagascar brings a wide selection of these texts, both in French and English, to the North American public for the first time.”