Volume 2021, Issue 2
  • E-ISSN: 22202293


A leading figure on the Haitian literary scene, Yanick Lahens discusses her work. Inspired by the popular and vibrant culture of her country, it is a far cry from the usual miserable clichés that abound. Through her singular and poetic stories, she also recounts the history of the world’s first Black Republic, which is both “a product of modernity and a response to this modernity”.

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Related Subject(s): Children and Youth ; United Nations
Countries: Haiti

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